AMERICA'S ROSE GARDEN
August 30, 2019
By Robert B. Martin, Jr.
Article from a 2004 issue of Rose Exhibitor’s Forum
Would you appoint some flower to reign
In matchless beauty on the plain,
The Rose (mankind will all agree),
The Rose the Queen of Flowers should be.
Although there are pretenders to the throne, the...
From March/April 2019 edition of American Rose
2019 Award honoring a rose receiving one of the highest national garden
ratings in Roses in Review, one that is widely grown and does well in most parts of the country.
2019 MEMBERS' CHOICE
'South Africa' Grandiflora, deep ye...
By Dr. Suni Blar, Consulting Rosarian
From May/June 2019 edition of American Rose
Each fall as I cut the last blooms of the year and dress up my rosebushes with heaps of mulch for the long winter, my heart fills with sadness at the thought of the long winter months with...
August 8, 2019
The American Rose Society’s UP & COMING ROSARIANS AWARD FOR OUTSTANDING ACHIEVEMENT IN THE PROMOTION OF THE CULTURE AND APPRECIATION OF THE ROSE
Dona Martin, Jason Fredette and Bob Martin at the 2018 Fall National Convention
in San Diego, California; photo courtesy Beth...
Sue is the embodiment of the young, modern rose-grower. She uses her skills as a Consulting Rosarian and an accomplished exh...
The Rocky Mountain District was pleased to nominate Dr. Sheldon Drobot for the ARS Rising Stars award based on his outstandi...
2018 New Rose Introductions
September 1, 2017
Members' Choice 2019
September 1, 2020
'Joy': A Rose that "Travels the Way of the Heart"
August 4, 2020
Satish Says... Mid-Season Pruning
Rose Rhetoric — Summer Pruning
Destructive Critters in the Rose Garden
Organic Options: The Autumn Plague
The Not So Darling Caterpillar