A new year is here and we are already thinking about spring and what roses we will plant.
The Indianapolis Rose Society is gearing up for their annual rose sale. The order is placed and we think we have some of the best of the best coming.
As in the past, the roses will be available on a FIRST COME / FIRST SERVE basis and pre-orders are encouraged.
- Pre-order is encouraged so you get the ones you want. Contact Linda Kimmel at email@example.com to place your order.
- Pre-order Payment will be due at the March meeting – Tuesday, March 10, 6:00 – 6:30 pm (at Sullivan Munce Cultural Center / 225 W. Hawthorne Street / Zionsville. Our regular meeting location.) Our meeting will start at 6:30,
Tuesday, April 7, 6 – 6:30 pm. (Our regular meeting night.) Meeting will start about 6:45 pm All roses that have not been pre-ordered will be available first come / first serve.
The roses will need to be picked up at the April meeting. If you are not able to pick them up, please have someone come for you. With our limited space, we will NOT be able to hold the roses for you.
Our prices are intentionally priced lower than usually found, as a service to our members and friends. In particular, David Austin roses sell for $40 and up.
The quality of our roses are at the very top!
- David Austin: $30
- All Other Roses: $25
- David Austin: $35
- All Other Roses: $30
If you have questions, contact Linda Kimmel at firstname.lastname@example.org.
HERE ARE THE ROSES!
We have ordered 5 of each variety
Above All (Climber – grows 10 – 14′ tall)
Burst of Joy (grandiflora with light tea fragrance)
Bright & Shiny (A new beauty from Knock Out hybridizer Bill Radler)
Crimson Bouquet (grandiflora with sweet fragrance)
Francis Meilland (Fragrant and good for exhibitors)
Frida Kahlo (This rose is currently winning all kinds of awards.)
Julie Andrews (masses of bloom and powerful perfume)
Love at First Sight (good form and light fragrance)
Life’s Little Pleasures – mini (That color! Moderate tea fragrance and good disease resistance.)
Moonlight in Paris (old fashion look and light fragrance)
Moonstone ( Beautiful form, great for exhibitors)
Oso Easy Peasy (Beautiful landscape rose and great for beginners)
Pinkerbelle (Hybrid tea with spicy fragrance and great disease resistance)
Pretty Polly (Lavender) (New shurb rose from our great garden friend Dr. David Zlesak!)
Pretty Polly (Pink) (New shurb rose from our great garden friend Dr. David Zlesak!)
Purple Pavement (Wonderful fragrance and beautiful fall hips!)
Ring of Fire (The picture does not do this one justice! Great for exhibitors)
Scentuous (English style cupped blooms with powerful fragrance)
Shirley’s Bouquet (Fragrant hybrid tea with good disease resistance)
The McCartney Rose (Offered as a birthday gift to Sir Paul from his record company. Sweet fragrance)
DAVID AUSTIN ROSES
Note: Theses go fast! Get ready to swoon!
Abraham Darby (Climbing)
Princess Alexandra of Kent
Queen of Sweden
Strawberry Hill (Climbing)
The Poet’s Wife
If you are new to roses or new to our society. We invited you to join us for our regular meetings beginning March 10. Each year we typically have 6-7 meetings with programs at Sullivan Munce Cultural Center in Zionsville, and two meetings off site as garden tours, etc. We finish our year with a a holiday party and awards night.
Our society is filled with members who are new to roses and those who have been growing for 40+ years and they are some of the most talented in the nation. Some of our members have a couple of roses and some have 300 +. Come join us!