ROSE RAMBLER 15.02.2018 …
Hello, dear rose friends … have you joined a Rose Society or perhaps your local Garden Club yet? All these groups rely on interested gardeners to swell their ranks which in turn means the group can attract great speakers to their meetings and everybody benefits!
Whenever we receive an invitation to speak at such a group or Club we like to know that we’re not driving a distance to speak with 10 people but rather, fill your local hall with 40-50 or more and yes, we’ll happily come and share our expertise.
We are members of the Rose Society of NSW because we can access a most interesting and useful publication: Rose Breeders’ Forum. All groups produce a newsletter and there is a Rose Society in each State. If you need assistance with finding your local group, please email me: email@example.com and I will source information – I respond to email within 24 hours!
I am particularly fond of old-fashioned roses so maintain my membership of Heritage Roses in Australia – www.heritage.rose.org.au for more information – I have years of their journals and always take at least one away on holidays.
Recently, we joined the Royal Horticultural Society of Victoria and I cannot wait to receive their next quarterly newsletter, GARDENERS’ GAZETTE which contains brilliant information! Contact: Secretary & Membership – Jennifer Rickerby email: firstname.lastname@example.org
DO IT NOW!!! Share your love of gardening with like-minded gardeners and enjoy the friendship and camaraderie which is a natural consequence of being in a Garden Club or Rose Society!