See the Rose Culture Section for the annual Consulting Rosarian's Report of Best Rose Garden Practices..
It's Fall! Too bad for summer blooms, but perhaps a break from excessive heat and humidity for gardeners, and hopefully the drought will be shortened by Autumnal climate.
Congratulations to Marge and Earl for earning the CRS Bronze Medal Award!
The Connecticut Rose Society was founded in 1980 as a non-profit, educational
organization for the purpose of teaching people to grow better roses. Through
our educational programs and annual Rose Show, we promote the appreciation and
growing of roses.
We invite all those with an interest in roses to attend our monthly meetings.
Meetings are GENERALLY held on the first Sunday of the month, Doors open at 1:30. Location is GENERALLY at The Congregational Church of Plainville, UCC. September through June. See the Calendar Tab for specifics.
For more information on membership in the Connecticut Rose Society, go to: About CRS section/Membership.
For more information on joining the American Rose Society go to: http://www.rose.org.
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