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Rose Garden blossoms under Communities in Bloom green thumbs
Phase two of the Brooks Communities in Bloom Rose Garden is in full swing and this week will see the return of heritage roses that were propagated from roses developed at the Horticultural Station in Brooks over the past few decades.
Tom Krahn, who heads up the garden program at the Brooks and District Museum for Communities in Bloom, chose over 20 species of roses from a group of 30-40 that were propagated in Nova Scotia for the daughter of a former Hort Station employee.  Full Story >
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