ROSES OF THE WORLD IN COLOR by J. Horace McFarland

ROSES OF THE WORLD IN COLOR

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Here comes the Rose -- in all her glory. Two hundred and fifty in full color and you know how popular the Macmillan Garden Flowers in Color was. These hundreds of roses are described and their cultivation outlined while many others are reproduced in text or black and whites. McFarland is probably the best qualified expert to compile this inevitable who's who in Rosedom, while for sheer beauty and color nothing could offer finer material for a picture book than the roses of the world. Everyone who bought Garden Flowers in Color, Wild Flowers, (or who buys them in their reprint edition this Fall,) is a potential customer. Do show this book -- it will sell itself after that.

Publisher: Houghton, Mifflin