R. Curtis Aumiller is the author of the American Rose Society first Guidelines to Judging Rose Photography. Curtis has been judging rose photography for over 14 years and has given presentations about judging and taking rose photos across the nation. At the May 2, 2021, meeting of the Nashville Rose Society, Curtis explained how to make sure you are taking and entering your best rose photos and will also cover those factors judges use to pick the winning rose photos.
Click here to watch Curtis’ presentation to the Nashville Rose Society via GoToMeeting.
Need a quick, handy chart help to help identify what disease is attacking your rose bushes? The first step to addressing a problem in the garden is to accurately identify what that problem is!
Dr. Mark Windham, professor in the Agriculture Department at University of Tennessee – Knoxville and Distinguished Chair of Ornamental Pathology, and Dr. Alan Windham, Professor of Plant Pathology with University of Tennessee and Extension Specialist, have created a full-page color chart to help you identify rose diseases.
If you are planting new roses this spring, whether to expand your garden or replace your least favorite rose bushes, the 2020 Tanarky District Roses in Review Report is an excellent source of information for roses that grow well in our district (Tennessee / Arkansas / Kentucky). Continue reading “2020 Tenarky District ‘Roses in Review’ Report”