Charly Moore from the Whatcom County Master Gardener Program trims roses at the Roeder Home in Bellingham on May 29, 2012. Great strides have been made in the creation of roses more immune to disease, and plants that will flower over a long period of time.
Charly Moore from the Whatcom County Master Gardener Program trims roses at the Roeder Home in Bellingham on May 29, 2012. Great strides have been made in the creation of roses more immune to disease, and plants that will flower over a long period of time. Philip A. Dwyer Bellingham Herald file
Charly Moore from the Whatcom County Master Gardener Program trims roses at the Roeder Home in Bellingham on May 29, 2012. Great strides have been made in the creation of roses more immune to disease, and plants that will flower over a long period of time. Philip A. Dwyer Bellingham Herald file

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