Spring is here on 20th March 2018 – that’s in just
Outside the roses know this and will soon be sending out the first signs of Spring growth . . . . . . exciting times!
Society Chairman John Anthony tells us about multiflora rootstocks for budding your own roses
“Amateur rose growers often wish to propagate a few bushes for themselves particularly older unobtainable varieties and ask how it can be done. While it is possible to root cuttings successfully, a more reliable method is to Bud a variety onto a rootstock. The next question being how do I obtain rootstocks?” . . . . . . . . . find out how in November’s Newsletter located in the Member’s Area
Breeder Colin Dickson gives us his insight on his 2018 Rose of the Year – Lovestruck
Report and pictures in November’s Newsletter located in the Member’s Area
Steve James shows us how he makes “A Bed of Roses”
I have taken a shine to miniflora roses, if only for the reason that in general, one does not have to bend down as far as with the miniatures.
A consideration as one gets older! . . . . . . . . . . get the inside story in November’s Newsletter located in the Member’s Area
Our next show, the Spring Show at the RHS Malvern Spring Festival is in
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