Welcome to the home page of the Santa Clara County Rose Society.
Santa Clara County encompasses the area from Palo Alto to Gilroy, California (essentially
most of Silicon Valley).
We are located in USDA Zone 9.
Next Meeting - Friday, April 11
Program - How To Water Roses In A Drought
We are honored to have Jolene Adams, President of the American Rose Society (ARS),
present a lively talk about How To Water Roses In A Drought.
California goes through cycles of wet and dry. We've all been through this before so this program will help us remember
how the needs of our roses can be met. In times of low water availability, it is important to use every methods we can think of
to conserve water and re-use it - especially in our gardens. Roses are not "drought tolerant" so this program
will give you some ideas on ways to conserve water and still keep the roses alive until wetter times prevail.
Jolene fell in love with roses as a teenager and hasn't gotten over it. Jolene grows over 150 roses of all types -
Climbers, OGRs, Minis and Minifloras, Hybrid Teas, Grandifloras, Floribundas, Polyanthas, Austins, Romanticas, Modern and Classic Shrubs.
She lectures widely on computing issues, general gardening topics and on roses. Jolene became ARS President at the Fall 2012 ARS Convention.
2014 Annual Spring Rose Show
Our 2014 Annual Rose Show will be on Sunday, April 27 at the Almaden Community Center / Library.
Viewing of roses for the public will be from 1-5 PM Sunday. There is no charge.
Hundreds of beautiful roses
will be on display for the public to enjoy.
Come and find examples of your
old favorites, as well as new varieties you'll want to add to your garden!
See link for full details.
Date: Sunday, April 27, 2014
Time: 1-5 PM for free public viewing of roses
Almaden Community Center / Library
6445 Camden Ave.
San Jose, CA 95120
When and Where Do We Meet?
Our meetings occur the 2nd Friday of each month (except during July and August) at the
O'Connor Medical Office Building, 2101 Forest Avenue, San Jose - right next
to O'Connor Hospital.
Doors open at 7:00 PM, program starts at 7:30 PM. Directions
About the SCCRS
The Santa Clara County Rose Society (SCCRS) was founded in 1927, and is
affiliated with the American Rose
There are currently
approximately 200 members in the SCCRS.
Our mission is to encourage interest in the rose, to promote its cultivation,
and to disseminate information on its culture among any interested people.
Although this home page is mostly intended for residents of Santa Clara County,
we hope that people outside the county will find it useful too.
Learn more about the SCCRS's
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