Coming to a monthly meeting
meeting will be held on Wednesday 13th June
commencing at 7pm. The topic is "Preparation
for winter and soil conditions".
We meet at the Annerley Church Hall, 459 Annerley
Road, Annerley Junction.
If you have a passion for roses this
is for you. The Rose Society is a group of everyday
people who love growing roses or just admiring them.
Most gardeners grow between 2 and 20 rose buses,
some grow lots more.
If you have
roses, would like to grow roses, would like to show
them off, or just attend some shows to look at
beautiful displays, then
come along and meet us. We have many
social events for members. There is a demonstration
on how to prune roses at the end of June each year. We visit beautiful
private gardens of rose society members that never
open to the general public.
Rose Show - 6th and 7th October 2018.
This will be an
excellent opportunity to
view the great many varieties on display, or to
speak with the friendly and experienced rose growers
from the Queensland Rose Society who will be on hand
to answer your queries, and advise you on the roses
most suitable for the Queensland climate.
Cut and potted roses
will be available for purchase, and the
CWA provide the refreshments on both days.
6th October 11.30am to 4.00pm and Sunday 7th October 9.00am
to 3.00pm. Brisbane Botanic Gardens Auditorium, Mt
Coot-tha. Admission $4, children under 5 free.
Spring Rose Show
National Rose Show - 2018
Please click this link to download the registration
form for the National Rose Show, held in Qld in
entitles you to additional benefits such as a
quarterly newsletter with up-to-date growing
information and the Australian Rose Annual, a 160
page book on rose growing in Australia from the
National Rose Society. You can get support and advice from some of the
best rose growers in Queensland. Get your membership
On this website
you will find plenty of information about Queensland
Rose Society activities. Check out the "Calendar" tab on the left
to see what is happening
Answering your rose growing
questions and providing advice on everything from
pruning and disease management through to creating and
naming your own new rose varieties. Written by the President of
the Queensland Rose Society. The recommended
retail price is $24.95. This represents great value for
166 pages of content.
The book can be purchased from
the Queensland Rose Society at meetings and events or by
sending in the order form found
can also be purchased from Donelle's Nursery (07) 3278 8540, Swane's Nursery (02) 9651 1322
Treloar Roses 1300 044 852.