Blake Robinson, 74, spent years in pursuit of mastering the art of growing roses. He cultivates dozens of varieties at the River Hills community garden and at his home in the lakeside development.
Blake Robinson, 74, spent years in pursuit of mastering the art of growing roses. He cultivates dozens of varieties at the River Hills community garden and at his home in the lakeside development.
Blake Robinson, 74, spent years in pursuit of mastering the art of growing roses. He cultivates dozens of varieties at the River Hills community garden and at his home in the lakeside development.

Sweet rose

June 11, 2007 11:35 PM

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