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Growing roses in the Sonoran Desert requires some extra love and care. They aren't natives, but like many people in our little city, they can adapt. The Rose Society of Tucson folks get this, and on Tuesday, Jan. 5 they will be doing a rose care demonstration with Leo Pavlovich. He will present pruning techniques and the proper tools to use. Lauren Kettenback will demonstrate how to repot root-bound roses. The workshop is free at the Tucson Botanical Gardens (2150 N, Alvernon Way), 6:30-8:30 p.m. For more info, call 334-5155.

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