Description Website Gold Reef Rose Society Contact details Physical address 9 Kent Place, 1st Road, Hyde Park 2196 Postal Address City Johannesburg Province Gauteng Telephone (083) 9858632 Email email@example.com Other information Remarks Categories G, horticulture, society Keywords flowers Last modified: … Continue reading →
The Fern Society of Southern Africa formally met for the first time on the 8th of March 1980. The quarterly journal was first published in September 1983 and again in March 1986. Since then over eighty issues have been published. A regional group was formed in 1982 in Southern Natal, but lasted only two years before breaking up. The first honorary member, Dr WBG Jacobsen, was elected in 1984. The Fern Society has been associated with various persons, places and organizations including Keith Kirsten’s Waterkloof Garden Centre (1985), the Manie van der Schijff Botanical Garden of the University of Pretoria (1989), the Pretoria National Botanical Garden (1990) and the Fern Festival in Graskop (1992). Several fern surveys were done for forestry companies as well as for Nature Conservation and various private landowners over the past 27 years. The Society presently has approximately 80 members throughout Southern Africa, all sharing a mutual interest in ferns.Continue reading →
The Federation of Rose Societies of South Africa does not have individual members, only rose societies.
It is managed by a council consisting of a President, Vice President, Treasurer and Secretary elected by council, plus council members who are nominated to represent the regional societies.
The member societies are obliged to purchase the literature published by the Federation for distribution to all members. This comprises a ROSA Newsletter twice a year and the ROSA Annual.
The member societies pay an annual levy per paid up member to the Federation.Continue reading →
The society promotes the art of Bonsai and aims to further members? knowledge of Bonsai as well as the techniques thereof.Continue reading →
The Western Cape Rose Society (WCRS) was the first Provincial Society formed in 1969 by Willie Staegeman and Sid Cywes, who became the first chairman and vice chairman respectively, and a number of other well-known local rosarians as committee members. Subsequently the WCRS negotiated with the then Transvaal ROSA for the establishment of an umbrella organisation of rose societies which became the Federation of rose societies ?ROSA ?in 1970. Many well known rose growers joined the WCRS, among them Duncan Henderson, the Lindners, Bill Horwood and several others. At the WCRS we work together to make our cause known; to reach out to other groups who share our vision. Whether you?re ready to lend a hand at one of our rose activities or have photos or articles to share about a recent event, this is the place to do it.
We welcome the addition of all new members, so if you are keen to get involved or just have a passion for roses please don’t hesitate to join our group.Continue reading →
Description Website Vrijstaatse Roosvereniging Contact details Physical address Postal Address Posbus 122, HENNENMAN 9445, Vrystaat City Province Free State Telephone (083) 6257813 Email firstname.lastname@example.org Other information Remarks Categories V, horticulture, society Keywords flowers Last modified: … Continue reading →
The Pretoria Roosvereniging/Rose Society was started in October 2015 at the Ludwig?s Roses Annual Rose Festival and all the new members are very excited to embark on their delightful rose journey.Continue reading →
In the Spring of 1987 the owners Norman and Val Yeats were introduced to Esther Geldenhuys, the President of ROSA. She agreed to address a group of rose enthusiasts at Spurwing. After her persuasive address, the Midlands Rose Society was formed. The first office bearers were Norman Yeats Chairman, Val Yeats Secretary and Reiche Plunkett Treasurer. Until the Yeats moved to Pietermaritzburg in 1990 the Rose meetings were held at Spurwing with luncheons and teas organized by Val YeatsContinue reading →
The Knysna Rose Society (KRS) held its inaugural meeting on the 18th February 2006 under the chairmanship of the late Alan Tew. Though the initial members were from Knysna itself, the society now services the greater Southern Cape of South Africa with members hailing from Mossel Bay, George, Sedgefield, Knysna, Plettenberg Bay, Nature?s Valley and the Tsitsikamma. Membership has grown from the initial 25 to an average of 110.Continue reading →
The Gold Reef Rose Society?s inauguration was held in January 1988 and Margaret Dams was the first Chairman. By June 1988 the membership was approximately 30 and the first function was a pruning demonstration held at the Botanical Gardens in July.Continue reading →