Here are the newest changes to our Website
Wayne Myers, our CR Chair has come up with a great idea
Posted just below the “What’s New” tab you will find a new tab –
Special New Rose Growing Posts
Wayne has posted information on the Effects of the 2017 Winter in the Southeast.
I encourage all of you who have information to share to send me your short articles.
We will post them here. Press the What’s New tab and then the new bulletin board of tips.
Phil Paul Webmaster
Just added to this section is a Terrific tool to help you understand Rose Nutrition Deficiencies. It was contributed by Gaye Hammond of the Houston Rose Society – Master Rosarian
In the Upcoming Events Tab:
See the DSD and local Rose Shows and Conferences for 2017 (3/7/17 Update)
In the Organization Tab:
The UPDATED 2017 Arrangement Judges have just been added to this section (4-10-17)
The UPDATED 2017 Horticulture Judges list has been added to this section.
A new section on Service Awards has been added to this tab.
The 2017 List of Society Presidents has been added to this tab.
Note: Local Societies please review your listings and submit any changes.
Call or Send a note to Sara Coleman DSD Secretary 678-432-4792 0r firstname.lastname@example.org
In the Photo Gallery Tab:
In the Resources Tab:
The 2016 & 2017 Bulletins are posted on the DSD-Bulletin Page
All Bulletin issues from 2011 through 2015 are located in the “Bulletin Archives Tab”
The Event Preparation Tab is now a part of Resources AND INCLUDES A NEW SET OF GUIDELINES FOR DISTRICT SHOWS
In the Consulting Rosarian Section:
The CR Classes Given at the Mid-Winter Meeting are posted in the CR Class Tab (3/7/17)
If you are a CR and we didn’t post your name or if other information about your CR efforts needs changing please contact Wayne Myers (CR Chair) and Phil Paul (Webmaster). For their e-mail addresses see the Committee Chair list in the Organization section.
In the DSD Library Tab:
The 2017 Mid Winter Talks have been posted
Dr. Mark Windam’s update on RRV for 2016 (added 12-6-16)
Ralph Stream compiled an article on the best roses to grow in the deep south This is an article for both the ARS & DSD websites (added 1-17-17)
Please let Phil know if you see any omissions or errors on the web-site. Please send articles!
Phil Paul Webmaster email@example.com