Sunday, October 5, 2014

Roses Need Tucking In Too (not all of them)

Just about every garden has a rose shrub or two.  If you have brand new rose plantings or hybrid types that need some special winter care, be sure to attend the next Denver Rose Society meeting.

The meeting is October 9th at 7:00 pm at the Plant Society Building located on the northwest side of the Denver Botanic Gardens.  It's as far west as you can drive when entering the employees parking lot north of the main building. David Ingram will be presenting a program on putting your roses to bed for the season and why winter and fall care keeps roses healthy from year to year (blooming too). Dave will also cover tips on preparing new rose beds for spring planting as well as tips on transplanting and rearranging the rose bed.  Dave is a delightful and knowledgeable speaker, you'll enjoy his talk while learning the ropes to winter rose care.  Several consulting rosarians will be on hand to answer your rose care questions. 

For more information and a map to the Plant Society Building, click here The Denver Rose Society

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