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Gardening Roses

Roses For Canadian Gardens

A Prctical Guide To Varieties And Techniques

by (author) Robert Osborne

by (photographer) Beth Powning

Publisher
Key Porter Books
Initial publish date
May 2002
Category
Roses, General, General
  • Hardback

    ISBN
    9781550132847
    Publish Date
    May 2002
    List Price
    $29.95

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Robert Osborne is the senior producer of Dam Builder Productions and has more than 30 years of working in long-format television. For much of that time he was an investigative journalist working for the CTV show W5. He’s also worked for Marketplace and Pacific Report. Robert has developed a specialty in directing underwater-based documentaries and holds nearly a dozen certifications, including a cave-diving specialty. Robert has won more than half a dozen awards from the Radio Television Digital News Association of Canada; an award from the Canadian Association of Journalists; and an Award of Merit from the Governor General of Canada. He has also been nominated many times for Gemini awards. Robert’s most recent film, Unstoppable, was an investigation into the fentanyl epidemic sweeping across North America, which earned him a Canadian Screen Award for best writing in a documentary. Dam Builder Productions has produced documentaries for the CBC’s The Nature of Things and for the Discovery Channel. He lives in Toronto, Ontario.

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Beth Powning grew up in a small New England town, where her family has lived since the 1790s. In 1972, she and her husband Peter Powning moved to Canada and bought an 1870s farm in New Brunswick, where they established a pottery business.

In 1995, Beth Powning published a book of photography, Roses For Canadian Gardens (written by childhood friend Bob Osborne). She later found her voice in Home: Chronicle of a North Country Life. Over the next fifteen yaers, five books followed: another book of photographs, Northern Trees and Shrubs; two works of non-fiction, Shadow Child and Edge Seasons; and two bestselling novels, The Hatbox Letters and The Sea Captain's Wife.

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