Welcome to the website of The Rose Society of Victoria Inc. Our Societyis a non-profit organisation and most members of our Society are
home gardeners who enjoy growing roses and want to expand their knowledge of rose culture and learn to utilise the many different types of roses available today. We are dedicated to the cultivation,
promotion and enjoyment of roses, from the classic hybrid tea of show bench perfection, the heritage roses of yesteryear, through the enormous range of floribundas and shrub roses to the smallest
miniature and patio types. We love and grow all types of roses.
Are you a rose-lover interested in finding out more about roses and rose growing? Visitors are very welcome to come and dip a toe in the water at one of our monthly meetings.
...and also in early November: The National Rose Society Annual General Meeting on the weekend of 11th and 12th November 2017. To find out more about
how you can participate in and experience this major event for all rose lovers nationally, head over to the dedicated page.
Minnie Pearl, Irresistible and Jeanne la Joie, 2017 winning entry of three Miniature bunches in class "Victorian Miniature Championship".
Archduc Joseph, 2017 winning entry in class "Vic. Old Garden, Heritage, and Species Rose Championship"
Gold Bunny, 2017 Champion Floribunda bunch
TWO ROSES BRED BY RESPECTED BREEDER AND BELOVED FRIEND DR BRUCE CHAPMAN (31 December 1928 - 22 July 2015).
Joyce Abounding (top) and Pompom (bottom), photographed at the Spring Rose Show in 2014.
To see some images from the 2014 Spring Rose Show, click on
the images below. Each will open a slide show in a new window.
The Society recommends the fertiliser "Sudden Impact for Roses" byNeutrog
The information regarding products listed on this website or contained in links to
this website does not necessarily reflect the views of The Rose Society of Victoria Inc. The product information and links are purely for your general information and specific advice should be sought
from the relevant companies or organisations direct.