February 13 - It's Valentine's Day, Time to Prune Your Roses!

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SKU: 2021AE02-13VDPR

Love your roses? Then help them to love you back! This blended class includes a pre-recorded lecture from resident rose expert, Jeffrey Myers, as well as a hands-on pruning experience in the Rose Garden. The lecture will be sent to you a week prior to the hands-on portion of the class, where questions will be answered, and roses pruned.

Saturday, February 13, 2021 (1:30 PM – 2:30 PM)
Registration Deadline: Thursday, February 11
Location: The pre-recorded lecture will be sent to you a week prior to the live demonstration portion of the class; if you register less than a week before the live demonstration, you will receive the recording upon registration. All students will have access to the recorded lecture for one week following the class. You will receive emailed directions to the onsite pruning demonstration the day before the class.
Price: $28 /Non-Member or $25 /Member (Login to receive Member benefits)
If you do not know your member login information, please call our Membership office at 817-332-7518 for assistance.

*Due to ongoing social distancing measures, the on-site portion of this class will maintain 6' distance between participants and is held outdoors. Hand sanitizer and masks will be available for use while indoors. Masks are not required when outdoors but are strongly encouraged during the class.



Jeffrey Myers has been the rose gardener at the Fort Worth Botanic Garden since December of 2008. A graduate of Penn State University, he received degrees in Agricultural Education and Horticulture. After college, he taught high school agricultural science before joining the Pennsylvania Horticultural Society where he served as a community garden coordinator, senior education specialist, and Country administrator for the society’s neighborhood greening program, Philadelphia Green. Jeff spoke to area garden clubs, presented workshops at the Philadelphia Flower Show, and appeared on HGTV’s Philadelphia Flower Show specials. Jeff created a horticultural job skills training program and community kitchen garden for residents of a homeless shelter in Southwest Philadelphia. In Phoenix, Jeff worked for the Arizona Department of Agriculture as an inspector and the state’s Noxious Weed Coordinator, traveling throughout the state locating invasive plant species and working with area groups and agencies to control and remove the pest. Jeff also acted as the Department’s liaison to the Governor’s Arizona Invasive Species Advisory Council.

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