Rose Society Of Tucson News

 

September Meeting: 6:30 p.m.
Featured Speaker: Terry Swartz

Our program will feature Rose Society of Tucson Vice President Terry Swartz who will talk about fall pruning so you get a spectacular November bloom.

For the first time in over a year, the Rose Society of Tucson will have an in-person meeting at the Tucson Botanical Gardens Sept. 7 at 6:30 p.m. in Porter Hall. 

The Tucson Botanical Gardens (2150 N Alvernon Way) is one block south of Grant and Alvernon on the East side of the street.

Those who have not received the COVID-19 vaccination are required to wear a mask. If you are fully vaccinated, you are not required to wear a face mask. But if you are immune-compromised, a mask is recommended.

The public is invited for free to learn how to grow spectacular roses in Tucson.

Special Exhibit Of Roses
75-Photo Feast For The Eyes Now Live

Produced by Lou Pavlovich, single roses, collections and amazing gardens are photographed in town and across the world from Rose Society of Tucson members. 

This special presentation shows the stunning beauty of roses from hybrid teas to miniature roses and everything in between.

To see this unique 75-photo video presentation, CLICK HERE.

Once the video comes up, click below it in the lower right area to make the video full screen.

Enjoy all the benefits of being a member of the Rose Society of Tucson, including our award-winning newsletter which explains everything you need to know about growing roses in Tucson with every trick in the book.

Become a member today by CLICKING HERE.


Microclimates, Weather & Roses
With Meteorologist Erik Heden