THE ROSEBANK LETTER
This is a reverse table of contents of each issue of the bimonthly newsletter.
No. 12 (15 Mar. '97) Rose Breeding In Canada:
To Be Or Not To Be: a discussion of the vexed issue
of Plant Breeders' Rights in Canada by guest contributor
Joyce Fleming. Climbing Roses For All Our Gardens:
a recommendation on three climbing roses - something suitable
for any climatic zone in Canada. Wilson Acquires CIL Division:
a report on acquisitions, products and history.
Reimer Kordes - Harmon Saville: two obituaries.
Global Glimpses: a tribute to Esther Geldenhuys and news
from several countries. Rose Judges: a critique
of judging practices and uneven training.
No. 11 (15 Jan. '97) Happy New Year:
a look at unusual rose activities slated for 1997.
The True Value of a Rose: an insight from the
experience of guest contributor Stanley Jenkins.
Roses I Would Recommend A Saskatchewan Novice Try
For Starters: tips by guest contributor William
A. Archibald based on long experience in zone 1.
Companion Planting: an article on the editor's
choice of plants to mingle with roses. Letters:
a response on the subject of rose gall received from
Gilbert F. Whittamore. Getting Burned:
a warning about rose advice originating with Martha Stewart.
Gotcha Mr. Midge: an account of how Donald
Heimbecker eliminated rose midge from his roses.
New Gems: a report on the latest miniature rose
introductions by George Mander. In Search Of
Spectacular Shrub Roses: an appeal from Elizabeth
Klose for assistance in selecting roses for new display
gardens near Niagara Falls. The Past And The Future:
an article giving the reason for, and promoting the
establishment of, a democratic association of rose
organizations across Canada.