Temecula Valley Rose Society
The Temecula Valley Rose Society is affiliated with the American Rose Society. As a nonprofit public benefit corporation our purpose is to encourage the appreciation, study and cultivation of roses.
The Society meets on the third Thursday of each month, except July, from 9:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m in Community Room B at the Robert H. Roberts Public Library, located here (click to see map): Robert H. Roberts public library.
Occasionally meetings are held on a different date or location, depending on the program. Members will be notified at prior meetings, through the Newsletter and through this website.
The Temecula Valley Rose Society was founded in 1990 and currently has over 75 members.
Blooming Angels: Rose bouquets for Community Outreach. Bouquets from Rose Haven Garden are taken each week during the blooming season to the Temecula Chamber of Commerce and to Murrieta City Hall.
Flowers for Friends: A joint project with the Friends of the Temecula Library to decorate the library with roses. Mondays, May through October.
Rose Haven Heritage Garden: A 3.4 acre garden containing over 1,900 rose bushes, and a variety of other water‑wise plants, planted and maintained by the Society.