The Swedish Rose Society was founded in 1987. There are nearly 900 members, many organized in one of the 11 local groups located from Skåne in the south to Medelpad in the north. The groups have their own program activities and meetings, advertised in Rosenbladet and on the website.
The Swedish Rose Society is also a member of The Wold Federation of Rose Societies and The Nordic Rose Society.
Rosenbladet is issued four times a year, in February, May, August and November. This journal is the most important membership benefit and is all in colour. Because Sweden is such a long country with very diverse climatic conditions, the journal aims at giving advice on rose growing to members from all parts of the country.
In addition, the society organizes conferences, lectures and tours to public and private rose gardens in Sweden and abroad.
Information about our program
See under each local group (Lokalgrupper in the top menue).
Information about the society
Official name: Svenska Rosensällskapet/Swedish Rose Society
Email: srs at svenskros.se
Fees: 225 SEK per year
Information about gardens and nurseries etc.
Nordic Roses is a project with the purpose to draw attention to healthy and garden worthy roses developed in the Nordic countries. Found roses are also included in this project. It is a cooperation between five national rose societies, in Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway and Sweden. The cooperation is carried out in the joint Nordic Rose Society. The project was started in 2012 and was first presented in 2018 in display gardens in public parks and rosariums in the Nordic countries. The Nordic Rose Society hopes that this collection of roses will draw attention to rose growing, Nordic roses, the national rose inventories and the member societies.
Produced for internet by Swedish Rose Society www.svenskros.se/en/
Layout: Iris Anne Osen
Production & print: RisbergsAdbox
English version is only available in digital form. Swedish version is available in printed version. It costs SEK 30 + stamps. It can be ordered from goteborg at svenskros.se