Myers, Don; Myers, Mary
March 2010
American Rose;Mar/Apr2010, Vol. 40 Issue 8, p36
The article offers a guide to rose grower societies to planning a rose show. It relates the need to form a planning committee to produce the show. It stresses the importance of encouraging members to get involved in activities for planning the rose show. Some of the issues that should be considered when planning any rose show include the date, location, schedule, awards, the educational aspect of the show and the judges.


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