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Yellow Roses of Texas

So, I know you are planning on going to the Rose Society Show in November, but what can we learn about roses before then? Where can we buy a good rose? What roses are good for Southeast Texas? Are they hard to take care of? These are the most common rose questions that I see asked. These rosarians can help with the answers, but let’s get started with a little information about roses today.

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I’ve put the dates of Nov. 3-5 on my calendar and maybe you should too. The Golden Triangle Rose Society (GTRS) of the American Rose Society is hosting the 2017 Convention and Rose Show right here in Beaumont. Rose loving folks from all over Texas, Arkansas, Oklahoma and Louisiana will be at the welcome reception that kicks off the convention at Tyrrell Park Garden Center Building on Friday, Nov. 3, 6 p.m.

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If you love roses, you have a chance to see the best of the best very soon. And if you have never attended, you must make this your first of many Spring Rose Show events. Just to see and smell the roses is enough to make you swoon. 

The Spring Rose Show will be held Saturday, April 29, at the Beaumont Botanical Garden, 6088 Babe Zaharias Drive, Tyrrell Park, Beaumont. Viewing is free and open to the public from noon until 3 p.m. 

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If you ever wanted to learn about roses, this is the weekend you have been waiting for! The Golden Triangle Rose Society of Southeast Texas (GTRS) is inviting you to its annual free rose seminar. They are also extending an invite to their regular meetings and annual rose pruning and planting demonstrations in February.

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Roses at the Beaumont Rose Gardens

The Golden Triangle Rose Society annual Spring Rose Show will be held Saturday, April 26, at the Tyrell Park Garden Center at Tyrell Park. The show is Free to the public and invitations are heareby issued to those who would like to exhibit their home garden grown roses in our show, regardless of membership in GTRS.

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