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Our Next Meeting...
All The Dirt...On Growing
Roses In Our Native Soils
Tuesday, March 21, 2015 7:00 p.m.
Room 105, Adult Building, First Baptist Church, 3500 Walton Way, Augusta, GA.
Have you wondered why most of our native soil is so acid and so seemingly infertile?  Do you struggle with how best to amend your soil for roses and other landscape plants in your garden?
Our April speaker, Mark Kingsley, is a soil biologist and VP of the Aiken County Master Gardeners.  He will answer those questions and reveal the geological history of our local soils and tell us how the resulting composition and characteristics influences “growing things” in this area.
Join us this month to get the dirt on our local soils!  As always, we encourage you to bring along a gardening friend!
                                                     Jack Ratliff
Program Chair
And, don’t forget, we will be gathering at the Village Deli for dinner at 5:00 p.m. prior to the meeting...

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The Augusta Rose Society was founded in 1960 and continues its mission of promoting the growing of roses and rose activities in the Aiken Augusta area.  Our educational monthly meetings cover aspects of growing, arranging, landscaping and exhibiting roses.  The Society is comprised of beginners, experienced rosarians and those who simply love roses...

We are members of the American Rose Society and its Deep South District.

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