Adult Opportunities

The Romance of Roses

Learn how to grow roses for the home garden.

Content Detail

Dive into the wonderful world of roses, learn why we love them, and discover how to choose the best rose varieties to plant in your garden. This in-depth class at The Morton Arboretum on all things roses will consider the deep cultural connections to these fragrant flowers and their many uses. Discover the amazing array of modern roses available today, including tea, floribunda, shrub, landscape, climbers, and ramblers. Learn how to grow, care for, and harvest roses. Leave inspired with the knowledge you need to grow roses at home.

This program meets in person at the Arboretum.

Instructor: Heather Prince, horticulturist, Fearless Gardening, Ltd.

Age: 16 and older

Course number: H444

Heather Prince, horticulturist, Fearless Gardening, Ltd.

Heather Prince is a trained horticulturist specializing in trees, shrubs, and native plants. She has been a part of the green industry for more than 20 years in numerous facets from public to private. She currently balances a busy freelance writing and teaching schedule with her role as email marketing manager for The Garden of Words. She firmly believes anyone can garden and everyone will fall in love with plants given the chance.

What to Know

This program meets indoors.

Program Schedule

Friday, November 3, 2023, 9:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.

Cudahy Room, Administration and Research Center


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