The Jacksonville Rose Society is a non-profit organization, established in 1954. Located in Jacksonville, Florida, we are an affiliate of The American Rose Society
As stated in our charter, the purpose of our organization is to encourage the scientific study of plants and their culture, specifically roses, both old and modern, and to encourage the planting of roses for civic beautification.
Our February program will be a pruning and propagation workshop presented by Dan Mills, Ray Guillebeau, and Wayne Myers. If you plan to participate, you’ll need to bring:
1. Cuttings from your favorite non-patented roses to share 2. Clean 1/2 gallon milk jugs 3. Clean 2-liter soda bottles 4. Sharp/new single-edge safety razor blade or SHARP clippers 5. Plastic bag(s) to prevent your newly watered roses from soiling your car
There will be potting soil and extras of everything.