The Dallas Area Historical Rose Society and the Dallas Rose Society have partnered with the City on various rose projects and continue to be a great resource for the community.
Dallas Area Historical Rose Society
The Dallas Area Historical Rose Society is dedicated to the cultivation of old garden (antique) roses in the home landscape. Members appreciate the fragrance, beauty and strength of antique roses. One of the goals of the society is to preserve varieties of antique roses that otherwise would have been lost to the shadows of time. Members identify old "found" varieties to ensure their place in history.
The Dallas Area Historical Rose Society meets at the Farmers Branch Community Recreation Center on the fourth Tuesday of each month except December and hosts guest speakers. The meetings include fellowship, door prizes, plant and cutting exchanges. Fellowship begins at 6:30 p.m., followed by the meeting and program at 7 p.m.
The Dallas Rose Society is made up of rosarians and those interested in roses throughout the Metroplex. The Society meets monthly at the Farmers Branch Community Recreation Center on the fourth Friday at 7 p.m.