The show will feature roses and dahlias, and will take place in the Wesley Centre, Forrest. Click on the link below for more information on the show and on the Society’s regular monthly Information Evenings and other activities.
The Society was formed in 1929. Initially it aimed to foster the spirit of gardening in Australia’s very new national capital so that Canberra might become a ‘garden city’. The Society has been involved in many activities over the years including: seed distribution to members, planning the National Rose Garden, garden and flower competitions, public talks and floral displays, as well as the present day Shows, Bruce Demonstration Garden, and production of The Canberra Gardener.
In the mean time, there is plenty to do in the garden. Go to the Resources page to find out what to do each month, or click on the link below to find out about the Society’s regular monthly Information Evenings and other activities.
The Society will hold rose and fruit tree pruning demonstrations on Saturday 25 and Sunday 26 July. Members of the public welcome. For more information, go to Upcoming Events below. Other activities are also resuming, with an Information Evening to be held in August.