Useful Links

Below you will find links to web sites we feel are great resources for rose information, cultivation, and history. Please do yourself a favor by checking these websites out.

American Rose Society (ARS)

The ARS website has a wealth of information about roses including articles, guides, photographs, and videos. Be sure to look at the photos taken at some of our nations greatest rose gardens. You can also visit the site to become an ARS member or sign up for a trial membership.

Deep South District of the American Rose Society

Visit the DDS website to obtain advise specific to the deep south: Florida, Georgia, and Alabama. You'll find lists of rose shows, conferences, and consulting rosarian schools. Their newsletter archives store a wealth of information about growing roses in the deep south.

Rose Rosette Disease

Learn about this major rose disease new to Florida.


Help Me Find Roses

View detailed lists of over 28,000 heritage and modern roses and over 42,000 photos of roses.


Baldo's Bugs and Roses

Information about identifying and treating insect problems and other diseases.


Good Earth R.O.S.E. Care

Organic rose gardening.


Be Water Wise

Water saving Tips and information.


Morrison Gardens

Morrison Gardens is perhaps best known for the more than 110 cultivars of Heritage, Antique and Old Roses, consisting of over 275 plants lovingly collected, identified, preserved and cared for by the Morrisons. Their collection consists primarily of Old Garden Roses, but does include selected roses introduced after 1900 that display strong "species" traits.


Heirloom Roses

An excellent source of all varieties of roses, some hard to find elsewhere.


Heritage Rose Foundation

Heritage roses are roses that originated in the mid 19th century or earlier. The purpose of the Heritage Rose Foundation is to collect, preserve and promote the culture of roses, particularly those that are not known to be available for purchase.


All-America Rose Selections (AARS)

The All-America Rose Selections is a non-profit association of rose growers hybridizers. They conduct rigorous testing of roses and identify the 'winners' annually.


Rose Hybridizers Association

The Rose Hybridizers Association is an organization of about 200 members in over 20 countries. RHA members have introduced more than 500 new roses to the commercial market and in 1996, one of our members was awarded the coveted All-American Rose Selection for his rose, St. Patrick. The primary purpose of RHA is to make hybridizing information available to members and to provide materials and services which will aid them in their work.


World Federation of Rose Societies

An association made up of the national Rose Societies of 36 countries with information about the Rose around the world.

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