By Kathy Bond Borie
The daughter of a nursery owner, Rose Marie Nichols McGee grew up weeding with one hand and reading a book with the other. There were always plenty of weeds and boring...more
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Protect tender roses by mounding bark 1 foot above the bud union. Once the ground is frozen, pound four wooden stakes into the soil around the rose, wrap the bush with burlap, and fasten it together with rope.
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