Our local society has a great website, and if we can grow
roses in this cool northern California coastal climate, anyone can! HumboldtRose.org
The American Rose Society at http://www.ARS.org - Celebrating over a century of promoting the wonders of growing and exhibiting roses.
The All-American Rose Selections - a non-profit research group to guarantee you get great varieties to grow by their designation of AARS winners each year.
group formed in the 1970s to promote and
preserve Old Garden Roses.
The Heritage Rose Foundation is a non-profit ogranization established in 1986, devoted to the preservation of old roses.
Edible Roses - Recipes we've collected using the World's Favorite Flower.
Bugman (Baldo Villegas), Entomologist/ARS Consulting Rosarian, great rose pictures and info on rose diseases and bugs, both good guys and bad guys in the rose garden http://www.sactorose.org/rosebug/
The San Jose Heritage Rose Garden - largest rose garden in the western hemisphere with over 4000 roses. Maintained entirely by volunteers with support from the city of San Jose http://www.HeritageRoses.US
- A fabulous (probably the world's best) collection of rose info:
history, retailers for a particular variety, photos, etc.
Bureau - Janet's on the Board of Directors helping
to promote and protect our local agricultural past, present and future
Problems with deer
eating your roses? We got our
fencing from Fickle
Hill Fence. Tell them you heard about them from us!
We've been really happy with what we sent from California Organic
123Greetings for e-cards: http://www.123greetings.com/flowers/roses/