Rose Society Of Tucson News


Next Meeting:  Tuesday, May 7
It’s 110 Degrees, Now What Do I Do?

Lou Pavlovich will explain all the techniques that are available to get roses through the inferno of summer we annually endure. 

Plus, he will explain how roses can grow slow and steady through the summer with special fertilizing techniques that are quick and easy.

In addition, he will talk about how to stop spider mites in their tracks so they don’t defoliate plants and the inexpensive spray nozzle you need.

Don’t miss this talk which will give you a battle plan for the summer.

Meeting Time: 6:30 p.m.

Location: Tucson Botanical Gardens (one block south of Grant and Alvernon on the East side of the road, 2150 N. Alvernon Way) 

Cost To Attend: Nothing! Please come and bring a friend.