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Rocky Mountain District Consulting Rosarian School

There will be an ARS consulting rosarian school in Denver October 4th.  Registration form. 

Thursday, October 9, 7:00 pm
Regular Monthly Meeting
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Program: Putting Your Roses to Bed by David Ingram, DRS member and consulting rosarian

Preparing your roses for winter is the key to growing those fabulous flowers in the spring.  Learn how to take care of your roses in the fall and winter and why fall and winter care keeps your roses healthy from year to year.  Get tips on preparing new rose beds for spring planting as well as tips on early transplanting or rearranging the rose bed. 

Location: Denver Botanic Gardens, Plant Society Building
1007 York Street, Denver, CO 80206

Visitors and guests are welcome to attend.

Saturday, November 9
Annual Awards Brunch

Balistreri Vineyards
1946 E 66th Ave
Denver, CO 80229

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All Denver Rose Society members receive

  • The Rose Window newsletter (Feb.-Nov.)

  • Discount on Mile-Hi Rose Feed.

  • Option to purchase the educational booklet Growing Roses in Colorado for the wholesale price.

New members receive a complimentary 4-month trial membership to the American Rose Society.

Membership levels:

  • Individual E-newsletter membership dues - $20 per calendar year

  • Individual Plus E-newsletter membership dues - $20 for first member plus $5 for each adult, household member per calendar year

  • Individual hardcopy newsletter via USPS membership dues - $25 per calendar year

  • Individual Plus hardcopy newsletter via USPS membership dues - $25 for first member plus $5 for each adult, household member per calendar year

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Consulting Rosarian Tips for September:
Continue disease prevention activities.  Mildew which shows up a grayness on your leaves, has been especially bad this year.  Spray your roses and the surrounding ground with fungicide to kill spores before winter.  Mildew spores can live over the winter and weaken your plants in spring.   Continue to reduce watering so plants can begin their hardening off process in preparation for dormancy.  When removing spent blooms, cut just below the bloom so as not to stimulate new growth which would be injured severely by early freezes.  Definitely remove any basal breaks starting to grow so as to prevent freeze injury to the bush. 

Consulting Rosarian Tips for October:
Deep water prior to predicted hard freezes to lessen damage to roots which could occur in dry soil.  Remove any blooms just below the flower.  Do not fertilize your roses.  Take time to plan and prepare new roses beds.  Spade or rototill new beds deeply, mixing in organic materials and let lay over the dormant season.

For rose questions, contact a Consulting Rosarian in your area.

 

Growing Roses In Colorado, 10th Edition

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The book, Growing Roses in Colorado, published by the Denver Rose Society is a "must have" for those who want to grow beautiful roses successfully.  Get a glimpse inside Growing Roses in Colorado.  Available at area garden retailers and gift shops. For wholesale inquiries please contact Betty Cahill at cahillbg@msn.com

Retail locations that sell the GRIC book

 

Roses in Review

Every year, the American Rose Society conducts a review of roses.  You can provide your input even if you are not an ARS member.  Go to the ARS Roses in Review website before September 26. 

 

Read about our member Joan Franson

This article, written by Susan Clotfelter, was printed  in the February 15th, 2014 edition of The Denver Post.

 

 

 

 

 

     

 


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