OCRS PARTICIPATING SPONSORS
From the Peace rose to Knock Out and Drift roses, the genetics company is involved in breeding roses, perennials and woody plants.
Weeks Roses is one of the largest commercial rose growers in the United States.
Gro-Power, Inc. has been manufacturing humus-based fertilizer/soil conditioner products since 1966.
National organization for roses, rose education and rose care.
Rose information for the Pacific Southwest region of the US, educational articles and contact information
SOCAL ROSE ORGANIZATIONS
Los Angeles-area rose society and the oldest rose society in Southern California
Rose society serving the North San Diego County area.
Rose society serving the greater San Diego area.
Rose society serving the Newhall area near Los Angeles.
Rose society of the Palm Springs/Palm Desert area.
OTHER ROSE LINKS
This is the U.S. site for the wonderfully fragrant English Roses, also known as Austin Roses.
Also known as J&P, the American rose cultivator and seller also sells plants, home and garden decor and living gifts.
Own root roses including miniature and miniflora roses (via mail order)
The largest selection of roses grafted on Fortuniata root stock. They ship all year long.
True bare root mail order source.
Excellent source for roses and rose care supplies.
Large selection of soils, fertilizers, amendments and mulches. 10% discount on select items for OCRS members + informative website.
Specialty soil mixes based on years of experience and research. Plants are grown on premises, or replanted into their mixes if purchased from other growers. Bigger, healthier and more productive plants (and roses). Relocated from Laguna Hills to Santa Ana.
Mulch that can be bought by the bag, truck-load or delivered in bulk. A personal favorite of some of our Consulting Rosarians.
Annie Haven sells her 100% organic Moo Poo Tea made here in Orange County. You have three choices of Tea: Alfalfa, Cow or Horse. There is no odor with this product.
An excellent reference for the serious rose grower. A low annual fee gives you full access to the website. Even non-subscribers can access photo, sources and lineage/heritage of roses.
baldo Villegas' Bugs and Roses Home Page - The Buggiest Rose Website on the Internet!
Article with history and information about different types of roses. Thanks to Orange County teacher Debra for submitting the article found by 7th grade student Kayla on the report she did about roses!
Submitted by an organization in Australia.
Rose pictured at top: Lavender Spoon (Miniature). Photo by Justin Ekuan.