Pasadena Learning Gardens

Resourcing communities to create a healthier more sustainable future

Zola / ACG Rosarians

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The Altadena Community Garden has almost 50 roses in it’s common space and we hope to turn the task of pruning into an opportunity to educate. For hundreds of years the Rose has been one of the most compelling plants on the planet and we will support their care and propagation through this project.

Each January the Altadena Community Garden and Pasadena Learning Gardens and their new program, ZOLA, will provide a series of presentations and hands on workshops to help local citizens become Master Rosarians. More soon…

A great article about the failing Rose industry shared by Claire Martin.

TheSpec – Bloom comes off the U.S. rose industry.

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Author: Mark Rice

I’m a UC Master Gardener with a huge interest in growing my own food, beekeeping, medicinal herbs and living sustainably. I also have a passion to share these journeys with like minded souls. I work with many off site communities and manage an educational organization and two outdoor learning facilities.

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