RNRS Trial Ground Certificate
|Plant Types:||Roses |
|Description:||[From A Family of Roses, by Sam McGredy and Sean Jennett, p. 23:] Among the most important trials and awards in the British Isles are those of the Royal National Rose Society, whose trial-grounds are at St. Albans. A panel of twenty judges examines the roses there at intervals throughout the season from June to September over two or three successive years.|
Trial-Grounds Certificates are issued by the society to roses that have been grown for at least two years in the trial-grounds and that have been proved true to type and suitable for ordinary cultivation...
|(Default) Country:||United Kingdom|