Charleston Lowcountry Rose Society March 2016 Meeting

Kathy Rice Woolsey, the Garden Rambler and a former Vice President of the Charleston Lowcountry Rose Society will present a program on “Sustainable Rose Gardening” at the March meeting of the Charleston Lowcountry Rose Society. The program will cover rose selection and site preparation.

Ms. Woolsey has a degree in Horticulture from VA Tech and is the former Garden Curator of Cypress Gardens, where she tended a collection of 150 antique roses. She is a garden and nature writer and regularly contributes to The JI Messenger, South Carolina Gardener Magazine and Planting Seeds Sustainable Living Magazine. Kathy is a long time member of the Charleston Lowcountry Rose Society and Camellia Garden Club.

The Society meetings are open to the public and begin at 3 pm at the James Island Town Hall, 1238-B Camp Rd. Refreshment will be served at the social time beginning at 2:30. Expert rose growers will be on hand to answer question during the social.

 

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Charleston Lowcountry Rose Society Feb 2016 Meeting

The Charleston Lowcountry Rose Society will meet at James Island Town Hall on Sunday, Feb. 7. Social Hour – 2:30 pm; Meeting – 3:00 pm. The speaker is Jay Hiers, the curator of the Edisto Rose Garden in Orangeburg, SC. and the current Regional Director and past Carolina District Director of the American Rose Society. The topic is Rose Gardening at Edisto Garden. Meeting is open to the public. Admission is free.

Come and join us.

For info on membership to Charleston Lowcountry Rose Society, email Pat Hibbard at charlestonrose@bellsouth.net.