How to grow roses . surprise, each onemore entrancing than the other! Finally, so well hidden by an encircling temple of trees that wenearly missed it, was an open-air theater with turf seats, and alongthe front of the stage for footlights was a brilliant row of bloomingRoses—^there, amid this Paradise, in charming French fashion, witha musical recital did our host entertain his guests. Can you wonder,therefore, that invitations to this garden are cherished,for by invitation only can one enter. Write us,reader, when nearing Paris next June, and letus give you our card to this patron ofRoses, h

How to grow roses . surprise, each onemore entrancing than the other! Finally, so well hidden by an encircling temple of trees that wenearly missed it, was an open-air theater with turf seats, and alongthe front of the stage for footlights was a brilliant row of bloomingRoses—^there, amid this Paradise, in charming French fashion, witha musical recital did our host entertain his guests. Can you wonder,therefore, that invitations to this garden are cherished,for by invitation only can one enter. Write us,reader, when nearing Paris next June, and letus give you our card to this patron ofRoses, h Stock Photo
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How to grow roses . surprise, each onemore entrancing than the other! Finally, so well hidden by an encircling temple of trees that wenearly missed it, was an open-air theater with turf seats, and alongthe front of the stage for footlights was a brilliant row of bloomingRoses—^there, amid this Paradise, in charming French fashion, witha musical recital did our host entertain his guests. Can you wonder, therefore, that invitations to this garden are cherished, for by invitation only can one enter. Write us, reader, when nearing Paris next June, and letus give you our card to this patron ofRoses, honored by Emperors. From notes and photographstaken by Robert Pyle, Presidentof The Conard & Jones Co., June, 1911, ROSES The red rose whispers of passion, And the white rose breathes of love;Oh, the red rose is a falcon, And the white rose is a dove.But I send you a (!ream- white rosebudWith a flush on its petal-tips;For the love that is purest and sweetestHas a kiss of desire on the lips.—John Boyle OReilly.. The Temple of Love 33 ^l^j(g0narU3f$ne^lS)^^ttoDeya, |^K.A^ -f. „j^e^J«. __ ^^g jjgHsg^g^^M^gj^^^^^BljII^BBBgl mm ^ ^^Cl^^S^I 1 M^^J^ k^^^^^^^sHH^^H^^^^^H^B We invite visitors to see our great rose-growing plant

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