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MONTHLY MEETING - LAKESIDE PARK GARDEN CENTER, OAKLAND CA

JANUARY 20, 2016
Several members and friends of East Bay Rose Society met for an educational seminar/workshop on Propagating Roses by Cuttings. This Workshop was conducted by our District Director, Joan Goff.
The meeting begins
We were seated in rows, with Joan at the front.
The Audience
Christine, Carolyn, Margaret, Peter and Barbara observing the demonstration.
The Audience
Geri, Stan and Susan are taking notes as the lecture proceeds.
Dan participates
Joan asks Dan to make a cutting and dip the end in a rooting hormone.
Selecting materials for making cuttings
Peter and Gregg watch while Matt, Dan and Margaret select materials for making cuttings.

 

 
 


GOOD ROSES FOR THE EAST BAY
Our climate is Mediterranean, and our soil is mostly heavy clay. Here's a list of roses that have proven to be good for our area and a list of disease-resistant roses you might try.

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We meet at Lakeside Park Garden Center in Oakland, CA

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