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Rose society Listing last updated on 12 Nov 2015.
The Texas Rose Rustlers are a group of old garden rose enthusiasts whose mission is to locate and preserve "lost roses" in wild settings or in old abandoned gardens, cemetaries, or practically anywhere they can be found, and permission obtained to gather cuttings!
When an old rose is located, the Texas Rose Rustlers will eagerly provide it with water, fertilizer, and care to keep it healthy, and take cuttings to propagate and perpetuate the variety. Although we certainly enjoy attempting to identify "found roses", sometimes we must admit that a lot of the fun is in having an unknown in the garden!
The Texas Rose Rustlers is a loosely organized gardening club which sponsers three official events per year: the Spring Symposium, the Summer "Rookie Rustle", and finally the Fall Cutting Exchange, along with the occasional impromtu gatherings, all with the goal of enjoying and learning about roses. Additionally, "The Old Texas Rose" newsletter, which is printed four times per year, features articles by Rustlers on topics relating to antique rose care and culture, and TRR events.
Membership in the the Texas Rose Rustlers costs 10.00 per year, and includes admission into all TRR events, the quarterly newletter, and use of the website forums. Please see the website to print the membership form.