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The Nashville Rose Society serves all of Middle Tennessee by sharing knowledge and information about our national flower, the rose. Through a monthly newsletter and meetings that feature regional and nationally recognized speakers, we bring you advice and instruction geared to growing roses in the specific soil and climatic conditions of this area. For all scheduled Meetings & Events, click here.
Rose Chat Podcast – Historic Rose Garden Restorations
Co-hosted by Chris VanCleave and Teresa Byington
History, roses, and beautiful places are often tied together. Such is the case in Nashville. Ron Daniels, Master Consulting Rosarian and 2020 Co-President of the Nashville Rose Society, is working on garden restoration projects at both the Hermitage (Home of Andrew Jackson) and the beautiful Belle Air Mansion. With his usual expertise, energy, and enthusiasm Ron is digging deep into historical records to bring these rose gardens back to life in a way that honors the original plan. Ron also brings us up to date on the work at the Belmont Mansion.
Click here to listen in to these fascinating stories.
NRS Featured in American Rose Article
The Nashville Rose Society + Cheekwood Estate and Botanical Gardens: A Partnership in Education, written by NRS member Jill Garabedian, was featured in the March/April issue of American Rose, The Magazine of the American Rose Society.
For the full article, including the list of the Rose Study Garden roses, click here.
Upcoming Meeting and Events
For all currently scheduled Meetings & Events visit the Meeting & Events page.
For the June 7, 2020, monthly meeting beginning at 2:00 pm, we are planning to have a virtual meeting using the GoToMeeting app. The meeting will include a and update on the NRS planned activities, a discussion on rose care, and a virtual tour of Ron Daniels’ garden – always a delight!
More information on how to log into GoToMeeting, please see Marty Riech’s email to the NRS members.
(Notice how the GoToMeeting logo is shaped like a flower?)