Our May 1st Garden Tour has been cancelled
Sonoma County Health Orders will continue in effect through May 1st, and we have been advised that no permit can be issued for our planned public tour of Susan Feichtmeir’s garden. It is a great disappointment to all of us at the Friends of Vintage Roses. We know that many of you had looked forward to visiting the garden. We hope that by next year it may be possible to reschedule.
ROSE SALE SPRING 2021
Our 2021 rose sale is once again virtual and begins for the public on April 24 when our list will be available to download here on the Rose Sales page!
If you are in our Guardians program, a monthly donor of $10 or more, contact the curator for information on the Pre-Sale of roses which begins for you on April 22nd. email@example.com
HOW TO PAY FOR A ROSE PURCHASE ON OUR SALE
To pay for a rose order that has been confirmed by our curator, click on the ‘Buy Now’ button below, then:
- In Description box enter your order number and your name.
- In Price Per Item box enter the total amount due on your order
- Leave Quantity box set at 1
- After clicking continue you can choose either to use a PayPal account, or (scrolling down the page) click ‘Pay with Debit or Credit Card’, to opt out of using a PayPal account.
Thank you for supporting our efforts to preserve a world of old roses!
To preserve this collection members work through the year to propagate plants for curators and other gardens and nurseries. The ‘extra’ plants are made available once or twice yearly at public events and currently with online sales, as well as throughout the year via online orders, followed by an arranged pickup at our location in Sebastopol. Below you’ll find links to our current sale list. Our next sale will likely be late this spring, we hope at a garden location in Sonoma County.
Below you’ll find links to our current sale list with ordering instructions and pick up information. Thanks for helping us out!
Click here for our current descriptive list.
Click here for our current simple list of bands.
For more information and for images of most of these roses, we encourage you to go to Help Me Find Roses on the internet. This indispensable free resource is depended upon worldwide by rose lovers both to seek more information and to learn more about others’ experiences with the varieties. While you are there we urge you to join HMF as a supporting member—if you love roses, consider it a duty!