United States of America, New Jersey, Morris County, Boonton
Garden of Helen Hull (Boonton, New Jersey)
Hull began designing a formal rose garden in four rectanglular beds in 1946. By 1961 the roses began spilling out into a circle at the far end and on a fence.
Person(s) associated with the garden include(s): Helen S. Hull (former owner) .
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The folder includes a work sheet and two articles.
Garden featured in Helen S. Hull, "Trillium Triumph," Horticulture (May 1965), p. 38
Garden featured in Helen S. Hull, "Nothing Grows Like a Rose," Flower Grower (March 1961), p. 67
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