Workshop: Grow Spectacular Roses in San Francisco

Sunday, 9/24/2023
2:00 - 3:30
Mission Bay Program Room
Mission Bay

960 4th Street
San Francisco, CA 94158
United States

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Enjoy your final rose bloom in the Fall, and get ready to winter-prune properly for beautiful roses and new additions next Spring. Yow will learn tips on late season care, preparing sites for new roses plus how and when to prune different types of roses. Come see the tools you will need to take care of your roses.This workshop will be led by Stu Dalton, Peninsula Rose Society past president 1988, 2018-19 and American Rose Society  Master Rosarian. Stu has been growing roses for over 50 years and now has over 250 of many types in his Menlo Park home. He has been teaching rose care and giving pruning and doing other rose demonstrations and talks for decades. His videos for the Peninsula Rose Society are available for free on Youtube. Articles, slides, and guidelines are on the Peninsula Rose Society website.


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Cultivate your green thumb.

This program is sponsored by Friends of the San Francisco Public Library.

Attending Programs

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