San Francisco Rose Society 2020 Programs
Recreation Room, Hall of Flowers
County Fair Building
1199 9th Avenue at Lincoln Way
ALL TALKS ARE FREE TO THE PUBLIC
SUNDAY, MARCH 8, 1 PM
Budding/Grafting Roses onto Rootstock
Learn to graft roses onto root stock for stronger and healthier plants. Talk given by rose hybridizer, Burling Leong of Burlington Roses. Burling started the Burlington Rose Nursery in 2008, which is a retail and wholesale grower of roses. Her program will consist of a PowerPoint step-by-step presentation on chip budding (grafting) standard (tree) roses or other rose shrubs, with a demonstration on live plants. She will also show photos of all the roses varieties that are planted at the Hearst Castle, which she was involved with restoring.
SUNDAY, APRIL 19, 1 PM [POSTPONED TO THE FALL]
Roses in 1870s San Francisco
In honor of the 150th Anniversary of Golden Gate Park, please join us for a special talk given by rosarian, author and historian, Darrell Schramm. "It Was a Golden Time for Roses," recounting the many different roses imported to and grown in San Francisco during the last quarter of the 19th Century.
SUNDAY, MAY 10, 12:30 PM-4:00 PM [CANCELLED -- JOIN US FOR OUR 80TH ANNIVERSARY IN 2021]
Annual Mother's Day Rose Show
(Details to follow)