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Last Updated: May 2019           

Our next meeting will be held at 7 pm on Wednesday 12th June.   We meet at the Annerley Church Hall (Downstairs), 459 Annerley Road, Annerley Junction.

Coming to a Monthly Meeting is FREE! 

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 30 rose bushes, some grow lots more. 

If you have roses, would like to grow roses, would like to show them, or just attend some meetings to look at beautiful displays and hear interesting speakers, then come along and meet us. We have many low cost 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.

 

 

   

Membership 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 application here.

   

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 in 2019.

 

 

 

The Society meets at Church Hall, 459 Annerley Road, Annerley Junction, Brisbane at 7 p.m. on the second Wednesday of February, March, April, June, July, September, November and December.

 

To Contact Us

GPO Box 1866

Brisbane Qld 4001

 

Phone: 07 5464 4368

Email: bevandance1@optusnet.com.au

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