Time to Close the Rose Garden- See Rose Culture for How
Yankee District Convention March 2014 in the Calendar and Meetings Section
Many great meetings at the Pond House!
The Connecticut Rose Society was founded in 1980 as a non-profit, educational
organization for the purpose of teaching people to grow better roses. Through
our educational programs and annual Rose Show, we promote the appreciation and
growing of roses.
We invite all those with an interest in roses to attend our monthly meetings.
Meetings are GENERALLY held on the first Sunday of the month, September through June. See the Calendar Tab for specifics.
Elizabeth Park is the oldest public rose garden in the U.S. It contains more than 11,000 roses, both modern and old garden varieties. It serves as both a laboratory and an inspiration for learning more about roses.
Directions to Elizabeth Park, Connecticut's Premier Rose Garden> (See the Calendar Tab for specifics).
(Link to Friends of Elizabeth Park Web site: http://www.elizabethpark.org/ ).
For more information on membership in the Connecticut Rose Society, go to the About CRS section/Membership..
For more information on joining the American Rose Society go to: http://www.ars.org.
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