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ARS Rose Classification

Posted by rgschwerdt z5aillinois (My Page) on
Tue, Nov 9, 10 at 20:09

FYI--When show schedules have a class for 1, 2, 3, etc. of "Old Garden Roses" (OGR), what�s its actually calling for are those classes that originated prior to 1867. Looking at "ARS Official List" is a bit misleading, by naming a sub-header "OLD GARDEN ROSES". Schedule writers might note, OGR�s originated prior to 1867.

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RE: ARS Rose Classification

That is good advice.

To avoid disqualified entries, we want to make sure that the class distinctions are clear.

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