Rose Lovers
Rose Lovers
Trial Garden Winners
National Rose Trial Garden Of
Australia 2021 Awards

Rose Trial Gardens exist throughout the world.
At least 25 are acknowledged by the World
Federation of Rose Societies (WFRS).

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2022 World Rose Convention
27 October to 3 November 2022
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Recommended Roses

Roses that are recommended by the South Australian Rose Society for growing in South Australia.
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Pepita
Lady Hillingdon
Lady Hillingdon
Ballerina
Ballerina

The Rose Society of South Australia

Patron: Mr Rod Bunten, Government House. Vice Patron: The Right Honourable the Lord Mayor Ms Sandy Verschoor.

The Society aims to encourage, improve, foster and extend the cultivation and appreciation of the Rose. Conducting meetings, shows, demonstrations and other activities both in Adelaide and throughout the country. This site contains contacts and information about our meetings, recommended roses for growing in South Australia, culture notes which give tips on rose growing for the current months and information about other events.

Enquiry

If you have a question about Roses and Rose growing please contact us or come along to our monthly meeting and ask advice from one of our experienced Rosarians

Click on the link to view our Facebook page.

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Next Meeting

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We will let you know the next schedule very soon.

Upcoming Events

Please keep visiting sarose.org.au

We will let you know our forthcoming events very soon.

New Dawn

January 8, 2022

NEW DAWN CLB. Large Flowered Climber (Hybrid Wichurana) The World Federation of Rose Societies (WFRS) holds a World Rose Convention every 3 years. In 2022,...
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Versigny

December 4, 2021

VERSIGNY (MASversi) Modern Shrub Versigny was bred by Dominique Massad in 1992 and introduced in France by Roseraie Guillot in 1998. It was created by...
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About Face

November 13, 2021

ABOUT FACE Grandiflora (WEKosupalz)  About Face™ was bred by Tom Carruth (Weeks Roses) in the USA in 2003 and was introduced in Australia in 2007....
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