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Tag Archives: Birmingham Rose Society
Come out to the Birmingham Rose Show Sat & Sunday May 10 & 11 at the Birmingham Botanical Garden. See hundreds of roses on display, as well as exhibitions of photography and floral arrangements. Continue reading
Chris VanCleave – The “RedneckRosarian” takes the stage this weekend at the Birmingham Home & Garden Show. Continue reading
Chris VanCleave aka “The Redneck Rosarian” is awarded the Bronze Honor Medal from the Birmingham Rose Society. This is the highest honor that can be awarded at a local Rose Society. Mr. VanCleave’s work on increasing membership, chairing the 2011 & 2012 rose shows as well as a commitment to community service were all mentioned in remarks given by Dr. Harold Settle at the awards event. Continue reading
See blooms of the Coretta Scott King rose introduced for 2014 by Weeks Roses Continue reading
Roses galore at the Birmingham Botanical Gardens Spring Plant Sale! Y’all Come! Continue reading
One of the great blessings of being a member of a local rose society is the opportunity to visit members gardens. We had the great privilege to visit one such garden this past Monday. “Rose Hill” was constructed around 2000 and has … Continue reading
It is with great pride that I invite you to the 60th Annual Birmingham Rose Show. Each year The Birmingham Rose Society sponsors the show as a showcase of the wonderful varieties of roses that are grown in the state … Continue reading
In this month’s issue of ShelbyCoMagazine, I share my heart on how my rose garden came to be and how every rose therein was placed with purpose. I hope you’ll click the link and enjoy the article.
This time of year makes me extremely hopeful…. Spring is coming, but it is also a time of reflection. In my latest article for ShelbyCo Magazine, I explore the boundless possibility of gardening and personal development. I hope you will link … Continue reading