Our Mission: The purpose of the Pikes Peak Rose Society is to promote interest in the ROSE through education, demonstration, and cultural and social events that further the aims and objectives of the American Rose Society.

Welcome PPRS Members and Friends! 

May Events
We’d like to post your roses in our Newsletter.
Carol Macon had one of her roses published in the ARS
Calendar last year—Yours could be in the ARS calendar, too.  Watch for our workshop with the three professional photographers on August 13th.

1st Annual PPRS Rose Sale: 

                                   May 7, 2022

                                   Evergreen Cemetary Chapel (1005 Hancock Expy, Colorado Springs, CO 80903)

                                   10:00 am until sold out

                                   Price: As marked.

                                   Payment: Cash or Check only.

May 21st PPRS Meeting  Planting Roses in Containers. (East Library, 5550 North Union Blvd. Colorado Springs)

~~Upcoming in June~~

COME SMELL THE ROSES June 17, 18 , 19 Peaks to Prairies Rose Show Hosted by Pikes Peak Rose Society

Please attend for an amazing time where you can sit around and talk about roses with your rose friends. Pikes Peak Rose Society members are pretty “Colorado Casual,” but we can’t wait to show off our gardens and our roses. Please bring your roses to the show!

June 17th   Day One:  Taco Bar at the home of Denny Husk from 4:00 PM to 7:00 PM.
June 18th   Day Two:  Rocky Mountain District Rose Show and the Silent Auction and followed by District meeting at 5 PM. Bug man, Baldo Villegas, might give a Consulting Rosarian lecture in the afternoon.
June 19th   Day Three Open show from 8:00 AM to 1:00 PM and two garden tours . And off course, the gardens are, one featured in the Fox Garden Tour, as well as a garden nearby the famed Broadmoor area.
Registration Cost:  $20.00
Come to enjoy the festivities on Friday, June 17th, Saturday June 18th, and Sunday, June 19th!
As Bob Martin (ARS past president said): “I came for the Roses, I stayed for the Friends.”
“Come for the Roses, here there be Friends” Aurora Glaze. Rocky Mountain District CO – Convention Chair

Thank you for your support of the Pikes Peak Rose Society.

~~ Mike Eckley, President of Pikes Peak Rose Society