SCV Rose Society to host 25th annual rose care seminar in Jan.
The "Ring of Fire," the top award rose boquet at the SCV Rose Society's Wild West Rose Show on Saturday. Ryan Painter/The Signal.
By Ryan Painter
Sunday, December 24th, 2017

The Santa Clarita Valley Rose Society is holding its 25th annual rose care seminar at the SCV Senior Center on Jan. 14, 2018. The event is free to attend.

Master Rosarians Bob and Kitty Belendez will demonstrate how to properly prune various types of roses, how to plant bare root roses, how to rejuvenate roses grown in containers and how to properly fertilize and mulch.

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“You will be rewarded with beautiful blooms when you practice these techniques on your own roses,” the society said in a press release.

The event will feature both a door prize and a rose raffle, and attendees are invited to enjoy complimentary refreshments after the seminar.

The Rose Society exists to educate members of the Santa Clarita community about the joys and rewards associated with rose care and cultivation.The group meets monthly at the SCV Senior Center.

 

About the author

Ryan Painter

Ryan Painter

Ryan Painter joined The Signal as a staff writer in June 2017, covering breaking news and community features on the weekends. He graduated from West Ranch High School in 2016 and currently studies Political Science at USC.

The "Ring of Fire," the top award rose boquet at the SCV Rose Society's Wild West Rose Show on Saturday. Ryan Painter/The Signal.

SCV Rose Society to host 25th annual rose care seminar in Jan.

The Santa Clarita Valley Rose Society is holding its 25th annual rose care seminar at the SCV Senior Center on Jan. 14, 2018. The event is free to attend.

Master Rosarians Bob and Kitty Belendez will demonstrate how to properly prune various types of roses, how to plant bare root roses, how to rejuvenate roses grown in containers and how to properly fertilize and mulch.

From A Previous Story: Wild West Show held for budding rose enthusiasts 

“You will be rewarded with beautiful blooms when you practice these techniques on your own roses,” the society said in a press release.

The event will feature both a door prize and a rose raffle, and attendees are invited to enjoy complimentary refreshments after the seminar.

The Rose Society exists to educate members of the Santa Clarita community about the joys and rewards associated with rose care and cultivation.The group meets monthly at the SCV Senior Center.

 

About the author

Ryan Painter

Ryan Painter

Ryan Painter joined The Signal as a staff writer in June 2017, covering breaking news and community features on the weekends. He graduated from West Ranch High School in 2016 and currently studies Political Science at USC.