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Rose Maintenance
June 19 & 22

Red Butte Garden Classroom



Please call: 801-581-8454


Crystal Kim, Red Butte Garden Associate Director of Horticulture

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June 19 & 22

Rose Maintenance

Wednesday, June 19 from 6-7:30 PM AND Saturday, June 22, 9-11 AM OR 12-2 PM

Learn the best techniques for maintaining and caring for your roses in this two-part course. Topics include: planting, watering, fertilizing, deadheading, propagation, and winter protection. Then join us for an outdoor class at Red Butte Garden to view roses and participate in a demonstration and practice of rose maintenance techniques.

Saturday class-time assignments will be made during the first class.

Get to know your instructor:

Crystal Kim is the Horticulture Program Coordinator at Red Butte Garden. She has been with Red Butte Garden since 2003 working as a horticulturist in the Rose Garden and Floral Walk for 15 years before assuming her current position in 2018. She has a B.S. in horticulture from Oregon State University.

This class is part of the Dig Deeper Wasatch: Yard and Garden Program.

This program brings together three educational partners and experts in gardening along the Wasatch Front – Red Butte Garden, Conservation Garden Park, and Utah State University Extension at Wheeler Historic Farm.

In each core or elective class, participants will learn new skills and best practices in a wide array of horticulture-based topics while keeping water conservation and sustainability in the forefront. There is something for all skill sets and interests.

To learn how to participate in this certificate program click the Dig Deeper Wasatch logo. You do not need to participate in DDW program to take part in this class.