Cincinnati Rose Society and Greater Cincinnati Rose Society Rose Show May 28, 2016

The Cincinnati Rose Society and Greater Cincinnati Rose Society Rose Show is May 28, 2016 at

Eastgate Mall  www.shopeastgate-mall.com 4601 Eastgate Blvd, Cincinnati, OH 45245·. Contact Susan Dolph sudolph@cinci.rr.com 513-984-4720 or Carolyn Sayer cjsayer2@gmail.com .

The Program for the Cincinnati Rose Show can be downloaded from the website : greatercincinnatiroseassociation.webs.com

Moonstone

Moonstone by Patti Jacko

Butterflys! Monday August 24th 7pm North Royalton Library

The next meeting of the Western Reserve Rose Society is on Monday, August 24 at the North Royalton Library at 7:00 pm. The program will be “Butterflies – Jewels of the Garden” and the speaker is Joyce Roth, of the Ridgewood Garden Club of Parma. Please feel free to invite any friends or relatives to hear this special presentation.

This entry was posted on August 19, 2015, in General.

Next Meeting is Tuesday, May 26 at 7pm at North Royalton Public Library

Hi Everyone!
Our next Meeting is on Tuesday, May 26th at 7pm. We will be welcoming our friends and fellow members, Dr. Gary Rankin and Dr. Monica Valentovic of Marshall University in West Virginia. They will be discussing “Fertilizers: Food to Grow Good Roses.” They are always favorite speakers of ours and bring some of the latest information on growing roses to us. Please mark your calendar for this important date.
North Royalton Public Library5071 Wallings RoadNorth Royalton, OH 44133

Next Meeting is Monday April 27 at 7pm at North Royalton Public Library

Hi Everyone.  Our next Meeting is on Monday April 27th at 7pm.  We will be welcoming Kathy Rocco of the Cuyahoga County Solid Waste Management District.  She will be discussing “Composting”.  This should be very interesting .  All our welcome.  Refreshments served.  We are at the North Royalton Public Library 5071 Wallings Road • North Royalton, OH  44133

 

 

This entry was posted on April 9, 2015, in General.

Our Next Meeting Monday March 23, 2015 North Royalton Public Library 7pm

Awesome Candy Hybridized by Patrick Stamile

Awesome Candy
Hybridized by Patrick Stamile

Hello Everyone!

We have a special guest this evening. Amber Strope Ward, Hybridizer , who owns nationally renowned < Cherished Memories Daylilies, will be with us. She will discuss hybridizing, growing and just the enjoyment of daylilies. We hope to see some of her creations during her presentation as well.

We are at the North Royalton Public Library 7051 Wallings Road at 7pm. Refreshments will be served. As always, we are open to the public.

This is a special one so we hope everyone can attend. May the weather break soon.

2015 Combined Spring National Convention and National Miniature Conference

To All:

Great news!!! This is to announce that the programs for the 2015 Combined Spring National Convention and National Miniature Conference are currently available.

We do hope you can participate in some way either through attending or helping with the various committees implement their overall plans. The next planning meeting for this event is March 19th at Panera Bread Restaurant on Fishinger Blvd in Hilliard at 6:00PM. And for those contributing a heartfelt THANK YOU!!!

There is a chance programs will be available at the Buckeye District Spring Meeting (registrations due by March 20th and are coming in a little slow) in hardcover form, but if not or if you’d like to have earlier they can be accessed by one of two ways.

You can go directly to the Convention and Conference web site

Sing a Song of Roses

Or you can go to the Buckeye District web site and click on the “Sing A Song of Roses” logo and it will take you to the Convention and Conference web site.

Buckeye District

Once you are to the Convention and Conference web site, the program can be obtained by clicking on “Click Here” under the Download the Program and Schedules Now (1MB).

I’d like to express my thanks to Steve Campbell for all the work in putting this program together. The collaboration to tie down all of the loose ends is significant and as you’ll see Steve did his usually tremendous job in completing the program!!

Hope everyone is surviving the winter. February was a pretty rough month weather wise and similar to last years tough winter. I guess we can count our blessings if it only lasts a month. Average high temperatures for this time of year are around 40 degrees. Can’t come soon enough!!!

Larry Schock

District Director