by Aurelia C. Scott
Hardcover, 235 pages, Workman Pub Co, List Price: $22.95 |
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A colorful, firsthand journey inside the world of competitive rose gardening documents the cutthroat gardeners representing a broad cross-section of American rose lovers who will do anything to obsessively cultivate the perfect bloom.
June 26, 2007 Clarence Rhodes is one of the competitive rose gardeners described in Otherwise Normal People, a new book by Aurelia C. Scott. These obsessive growers travel around the country to enter their prize specimens in competitions.
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