Nashville Rose Society Virtual Rose Show deadline is coming soon!

September is Rose Show Time in Nashville! The Japanese beetles are gone and with a good watering and spraying program, the roses will never look better. You have until 8pm on Sunday, September 20, to submit your photographs for the 2020 NRS Virtual Rose Show.

Entering is easy:

• This is not a photography show (but you will have to take pictures)
• Take photos in clear containers
• Use wedging if needed to improve the pose of the rose
• Two entries in each horticulture class is permitted


NRS 2020 Grand Prix VIRTUAL Rose Show

Have Some fun! Share Your Quarantined Roses!

Since we are unable to hold an actual rose show this year, we are encouraging everyone to have some fun, take photos of your roses, and enter in our first virtual rose show open to all members of the Nashville Rose Society. This is not an ARS sanctioned rose show. NRS virtual certificates will be awarded. Continue reading “NRS 2020 Grand Prix VIRTUAL Rose Show”

Calling All Rose Lovers to the 2019 NRS Rose Show!

The Nashville Rose Society Will Hold Its Annual Rose Show on September 28 & 29, 2019 at Belmont University in Nashville, Tennessee

The Nashville Rose Society will hold its Annual Rose Show on September 28 & 29, 2019, at Belmont University in Nashville, Tennessee. Admission and parking are both FREE to the public from 1:00 to 4:30 PM on Saturday September 28th and from 11:00 AM to 4:30 PM on Sunday September 29th.
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NRS Spring Grand Prix Results are In!

NRS Grand Prix winners for Large Roses (other than hybrid tea)
The Nashville Rose Rose Society held the annual Grand Prix Rose Show at Cheekwood on Sunday, June 2, 2019. The Grand Prix is an in-house rose show and a perfect opportunity for new members to learn how to exhibit roses.

And the winners are:
*** First Place – Pam Brown
** Second Place – Millie Dolinger
* Third Place – Marty Reich

Congratulations to the winners and to all the participants who made this show a fun, learning experience. Special thanks to Keith Garman and Martha Weaver Garman who so faithfully coordinate the Grand Prix each year.