See the Rose Culture Section for the annual Consulting Rosarian's Report of Best Rose Garden Practices
Winter Protection: you are not trying to keep the plants from getting cold. You are trying to avoid wild cycles of temperature that can be ery challenging to roses.
Our Meeting Location for May only is Glastonbury Library 2 PM
The Connecticut Rose Society publishes a quarterly newsletter,
Connecticut Rose. Features include:
* Articles on growing roses in Connecticut
* Society news and announcements
* Information on new roses that do well in Connecticut
* Reviews of new books and products related to roses
The Newsletter is sent as an email enclosure to those members with email-
this provides for Color Photos. Those without email will receive a B/W paper version, by mail.
Editor: Dave Long, CR
Printing: Becky Martorelli and courtesy Galleria Stone (a Martorelli business)
Subscription to Connecticut Rose is included in the annual membership dues of the
Connecticut Rose Society.
Members are encouraged to SUBMIT ARTICLES for publication.
Articles must be submitted by the 25th of the month, January, April, July, and October,
prior to publication in February, May, August, and November.
Contact newsletter editor with questions or comments- Longcottage@comcast.net
Articles from Past Newsletters, with accompanying enhanced Photos
Where the Wild Ones Are- Andy Vanable- November 2008