May 16, 2016
Nashville Rosarian Ron Daniels joins us to tell us about how a partnership between the Nashville Rose Society and the Cheekwood Botanical Gardens that has yielded a teaching garden for generations to enjoy and stands as a testament of what can be achieved when local rose societies partner with local gardens to teach people about growing roses.
Cheekwood, a 55-acre estate built by the Maxwell House Coffee fortune in Nashville, Tennessee, and one of the finest examples of an American Country Place Era estate in the United States. The Botanical Garden is a spectacular showcase of color and horticultural diversity with eleven specialty display gardens and stunning natural landscape. The Museum of Art has collections of painting, sculpture and decorative arts. www.Cheekwood.org
About Nashville Rose Society:
The Nashville Rose Society serves all of Middle Tennessee by sharing knowledge and information about our national flower, the rose. Through a monthly newsletter and meetings that feature regional and nationally recognized speakers, we bring you advice and instruction geared to growing roses in the specific soil and climatic conditions of this area.
The Nashville Rose Society meets in the Potter Room of the Botanic Hall/Visitor Services Building at the Cheekwood Botanical Garden and Museum of Art, 1200 Forrest Park Dr, Nashville, Tennessee 37205 www,NashvilleRoseSociety.com
March 24, 2016
The Rose Chat Podcast was out in full force at the recent Tenarky District Winter Workshop held in Bowling Green Kentucky. Rose Chat Podcast creator Chris VanCleave was a featured speaker along with Carol Shockley, Curtis Aumiller, Steve Hutton, Mark Windam and American Rose Society President Pat Shanley.
These winter workshops are designed to enlighten and inform area rose lovers on the latest trends and varieties in roses. During this event, Teresa Byington caught up with several of our rose loving friends and they had a lot to say!. On this broadcast, we chat with Master Gardener and Rosarian, Ron Daniels on mentors, memories and some of the favorite roses in his garden. Teresa also checks in with award winning exhibitor Mark Nolen on his"GoTo' roses for exhibition. Then Teresa chats with Nashville Rose Society President Cindy Worch on gardening with her husband, her no spray garden and some of her favorite varieties.
To learn more about the wonderful programs of the Tenarky District of the American Rose Society Click HERE
Become a member of the American Rose Society! Check out the membership options HERE
January 14, 2016
Teresa and Jerry Mathers join us to talk roses. From his days on the hit television program "Leave it to Beaver" to the Santa Clarita valley and a garden full of roses. Teresa and Jerry share with us the friends and mentors they found when they joined a local rose society. Don't miss this delightful conversation. Exclusively on the Rose Chat Podcast.
To purchase the 2016 American Rose Society wall calendar that Teresa mentioned on today's show click HERE