Join Manhattan Rose
Society and come to our meetings and special garden tours!
Membership is only $30 for one year. You may pay online here. For more
information, please email email@example.com
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Events. We are currently accepting reservations for all
Skyscrapers & Roses Apr 2016.pdf (1.18 MB)
Founded in 2000, the Manhattan Rose Society (MRS) is an educational, not for
profit organization dedicated exclusively to the cultivation and enjoyment of
roses. The MRS is an affiliate of the American Rose Society (ARS), a national
organization with over 14,000 members dedicated to the enjoyment, enhancement
and promotion of America's Floral Emblem.
Skyscapers & Roses Dec 2015.pdf (1004.23 KB)
Skyscrapers & Roses Aug 2015.pdf(1.19 MB)
Rose Society focuses on providing members with information on all
aspects of the rose including which roses grow best in our area,
techniques of environmentally friendly gardening, preserving heritage
roses, rose history and public rose gardens in our area.
MRS does not sponsor a rose show. A schedule of programs and
events, featuring private garden tours, is available online and in
our monthly member newsletter, Skyscrapers & Roses, which also features
hands-on seasonal information about growing great roses.
Manhattan Rose Society is also the East Coast partner of
the Huntington Botanical Garden in San Marino, California, in sponsoring the
annual Great Rosarian of the World Lectureship.
For more information on member activities, or to become a
member, click here.
Manhattan Rose Society Officers:
Co-Presidents – Mary Ann DeRosa & Marjorie Marcallino
Vice President - Carole Kennedy
Secretary - Mary Hahn
Treasurer - Louis Arce
Membership Chair - Ann Perkowski
Immediate Past President – Pat Shanley
President in Memoriam -- Rosemarie Murphy
Manhattan Rose Society Board of Directors (in addition to officer board
- The Manhattan Rose Society is an affiliate of the ARS.
- The MRS was founded by Pat Shanley, in New York on April 13, 2000.
- The MRS encompasses the local chapter of the Greater New York City
Click here to learn more
about American Rose Society.