Rose Society public display garden, located at the Riverwalk Park on 31W-Bypass close to Barren River,
was established in 2006.
All roses are labeled and consist of floribundas, David Austins, and shrubs. We planted disease-resistant
roses, and they appear to be just that. No spray has
been used since the city requires a licensed applicator.
We did treat them with Bayer Advanced Formula which is a
liquid applied to the ground around the roses. We are
fortunate there is an irrigation system in place so watering
is not necessary. The roses have looked great with
very little care. The cooler fall weather should
result in some beautiful roses. When you visit the
garden, take some clippers in case the spent blooms need to
be deadheaded. Thanks, Bob and Ann, for the watchful
eye you've kept on the garden.