American Rose Society
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Membership in Bowling Green Rose Society
All persons who are in any way interested in growing roses
shall be eligible for membership. Currently the local
dues are $15 per person.
held the second Sunday afternoon of each month at the Warren
County Extension Office except for January and summer
meetings which are normally held at member gardens. See
for additional dates.
for membership application in pdf format.
You may contact Mary Ann Hext, Publications
for additional information.
all members to also join the American Rose Society.
Several benefits of becoming an ARS member are:
Five issues of American
Rose magazine, a $50 value. The only magazine
devoted exclusively to roses and rose culture, these
bi-monthly, 84-page issues feature informative articles
and beautiful photography for beginners and experienced
rose growers alike. View a free issue online at www.rose.org!
One issue of American
Rose Annual, a $20 value. The November/December
issue of American
Rose features 128 pages of the latest in rose
research, growing techniques, tips and more, from
writers across the country and abroad.
The Handbook for Selecting Roses,
a $10 value. Every year, rosarians from across the
country participate in rating the newest roses. From the
thousands of reports, we tabulate the ratings and
publish the results in this guide.
Free or reduced garden admissions, a $25
value after just three uses. With the Reciprocal Garden
Admission program, members enjoy free or reduced
admission to and discounts at hundreds of gardens,
conservatories, and arboreta nationwide. Click here to
view a list of gardens.
information, please click