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Sacramento Rose Society, Inc
American Rose Society Affiliate
Founded: June 27, 1940

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January 05, 2013
McKinley Rose Garden Prune-A-Ton; Pruning Demo by Sacramento Rosarians starting at 8:00AM

January 10, 2013 General Meeting.
Program: Rose Pruning Workshop

February 14, 2013 General Meeting
Bareroot rose auction. Bring your checkbooks and participate in buying quality roses

March 14, 2013 General Meeting
Program: Keven Marini - Make Compost Tea

April 11, 2013 General Meeting
Program: Pennie Chwalowski
- Creative Arrangements

April 27, 2013
65th Sacramento Rose Society Annual Rose Show

May 09, 2013 General Meeting
Program: Baldo Villegas - Attracting Beneficials to the Home Garden

June 13, 2013 General Meeting
Program: Linda Knowles - Roses of France; Annual Ice Cream Social

September 12, 2013 General Meeting
Program: Creating a new Sacramento landmark - Natomas Rose Garden

October 10, 2013 General Meeting
Program: Tom Carruth (formerly of Weeks Roses) - Huntington Library's "NEW" Rose Garden

November 14, 2013 General Meeting
Program: Rose gardens of South Africa and the World Rose Conference

December 12, 2013 General Meeting
Program: Christmas Party & Installation of 2014 officers

Sacramento Rose Society 2013 Rose Show Results

[Rose Reflections Newsletter for April 2013]


The Sacramento Rose Society is a non-profit affiliate of The American Rose Society and the Sacramento Garden and Arts Center. It was founded on June 27, 1940. The goals of the Society are to encourage and educate the public in growing and showing roses.

The Sacramento Rose Society meets the second Thursday of each month, except July and August at 7:30 P.M. at the Shepard Garden and Arts Center, 3330 McKinley Blvd, Sacramento, CA 95816. Meetings include a short business meeting, cultural tips from the Society's Consulting Rosarians, exhibition tips through a monthly Little Rose Show and interesting programs on rose culture by knowledgeable speakers. Refreshments are served by members of the Society at every meeting. See the Schedule of Rose Activities and Events for more details.

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Baby Ballerina (left), a single petalled pink blend miniature rose and and the odd colored floribunda Hot Cocoa (right) are some of our members favorite roses to grow in the Sacramento Valley area.

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[Home] [How to Join] [Maps to Meetings] [Officers & Committees] [Consulting Rosarians] [Rose Judges]
[Calendar of Events] [Public Rose Gardens] [Best Roses to Grow] [Rose Show Results]
[ Rose Care Help] [Horticulture Links] [Contact Us]

New information is constantly being added to the Sacramento Rose Society website. If you are looking for something in particular or you have a rose related question or comment, please send your comments to Baldo Villegas, Webmaster
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Last Updated: Sunday, April 28, 2013 10:50 PM