About RSV meetings

We love our monthly meetings; being in a room with like-minded enthusiasts and experts. Here is a chance to get real, practical advice and instruction from experienced rosarians. Every possible topic of interest relating to rose husbandry and appreciation, is covered.

All that with plenty of laughter and fun and a delish supper.

At most meetings a mini rose show competition is held where members may practice their show bench skills and new members may learn how to exhibit roses and get on-the-spot advice from the experts.

Bring your roses and share their glory with all.

Although meetings are ‘members only’ events, visitors are very welcome to come along and dip a toe in the rosy water. Feel free to bring a friend.

For time, place, and other practical details, see below


 

2022 MEETINGS PROGRAMME

 


Guyling, seedling of Guy Savoy + unknown

Tuesday 13th of September 8pm

Jill Hardy – Mornington Botanical Rose Gardens

Jill is a volunteer at the Mornington Botanical Rose Gardens. She will be telling us about the history of the gardens, and what is is like to be one of the passionate and dedicated volunteers who together maintain the gardens, as well as run events such as high teas.

This meeting will take place at the Mount Waverley Bowling Club


Falstaff

Tuesday 11th of October 8pm

Leigh Siebler – David Austin Roses

David Austin roses, often called English roses, have a collective style. All have beautiful blooms, often in forms reminiscent of old garden roses like Gallicas and Centifolias and, in most cases, unique fragrance, held on graceful attractive shrubs. Leigh is the Australian agent for David Austin roses in Australia. He will be speaking to us about the history of and new developments in these singular roses.

This meeting will take place the Mount Waverley Bowling Club

 


Tuesday 8th of November

At this time, the WFRS World Rose Convention will be in progress, and so we will take a break from meeting this month.


Tuesday 13th of December 8pm

Christmas Party!

Come and celebrate! Bring a plate of something special to share.

Don’t forget to bring along your Rosa multiflora cuttings that you struck from the May meeting and budwood from your favourite rose for John Nieuwesteeg to bud onto your rootstock.

At the Mount Waverley Bowling Club


Meetings- when and where

NOTE: COVID-SAFETY-

Please: if you experience any cold or flu-like symptoms, no matter how mild, take care of your friends and colleagues by staying home.

WHEN:

2nd Tuesday of each month at 8 pm, unless otherwise advised.

WHERE:

Mount Waverley Bowling Club

Corner of Alvie Road and Wadham Parade, Mount Waverley

NOTE:

It’s best to park in the Alvie Road carpark and walk past the first bowling green to our building.

as below…
Parking at the Mt Waverley Bowling Club