Rose lovers are blue

Judith Curtis-Mardon says a subzero cold spell damaged the roses at the Western Colorado Botanical Gardens in Grand Junction. Most of last year’s growth is dead, which will require pruning to ground level.



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Judith Curtis-Mardon says a subzero cold spell damaged the roses at the Western Colorado Botanical Gardens in Grand Junction. Most of last year’s growth is dead, which will require pruning to ground level.

It’s going to take some rose-colored glasses for Grand Valley gardeners to find some good news as they inspect their rose bushes this spring. A surprising and regrettable thing happened…




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