1685 Magnolia Drive, Healdsburg, CA 95448 -- (707) 433-7455 | FAX (707) 433-5683 | info@russian-river-rose.com

Events in Our Garden

Jan./Feb. 2022: Pruning Demonstration/ Wild Mustard Bloom/ Planting Plans
March      2022: Wild Mustard Bloom/ Iris Bloom Begins/ Early Roses in Bloom
April         2021: 220 Irises Blooming, Rose Crescendo, Rose Allee
May           2021: Peak Rose Bloom/ Perfume Fields Bloom & Rose Oil Harvest
June/July 2021: Garden Repose/ Rose Water Sampling/ Wandering/ Relaxing
Aug./Sept 2021: Iris Classes/ Hummingbird & Butterfly Visits/ Fall Bloom Begins
October    2021: Fall Peak Bloom/ Fall Colors & Fragrances/ Planting Plans
Nov./Dec. 2021:Rose Water & Perfume Release/ Rose Hips/ Fall Colors

January/February 2022

"2022 Pruning Demonstrations"
January 13**,
January 20**,
January 27** or
February 3**
CHECK-IN 9:45am.  Demos start "promptly" @ 10:00am

       COVID Precautions Observed/ Masks Required.

PRUNING WORKSHOP  10:00 am -12:00 n00n- Your choice of 4 dates.  Join us for a FUN, hands-on morning of rose pruning with "Jan, the Rose Lady" in our garden. After a thorough demonstration by JAN, you will actually practice by pruning roses in our garden (not just watching....) with help and guidance from our "coaches" as you prune!  Questions welcome.  Everyone will go home with a great deal more confidence in their ability to wield the pruning shears and prepare their gardens for a beautiful spring bloom!

COST: $25.00 per person

LIMITED TO 5 PARTICIPANTS per class-  Advanced registration required. Pay on-line below. Payment required with reservation.

DISCOUNT:  Our nursery will be open for you to peruse the hundreds of roses and perennials in stock.  Workshop participants will receive a 10% discount on all plants!

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Pruning tools
DRESS: Cozily-hooded jackets, boots & warm socks. 

BRING: Work gloves, pruning shears, clipboard and a joyful heart. Check-in @ 9:45 a.m.

   RAIN or SHINE:  Canopies will be in place
   if it's raining.

REGISTRATION for Pruning Demonstration for Jan 13, 20, 27 or Feb 3 - $25
NOTE: If event is SOLD OUT and you wish to be put
on our Waiting List,   call us at (707) 433-7455

Pruning Demonstration

"Wild Mustard"
                Late January to early MARCH

Mustard & double arch,
looking West.
Mustard and rose allee on left,looking East.
Mustard in an Orchard *

* photo by Alex M Tolmasoff
     Our Display Garden and Nursery are amongst vineyards in the Dry Creek Valley.
Mission San Francisco Solano (in City of Sonoma)
In the early Spring the yellow of the blooming mustard is so intense it almost glows. It's hard to believe the early Spanish padres (1700's) planted mustard to create a path of gold, or simply grew mustard in their gardens for seasoning, and over the centuries, the invasive plant has found the Central to North Coasts to be most hospitable. Of the 23 missions the closest and most recent (1823) is Mission San Francisco Solano is where our mustard probably originates. This flowering museum 'exhibit' is one of the most fleeting sights you'll ever see . . . .

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