World Federation of Rose Societies
Fédération mondiale des sociétés pour la culture de la rose
Weltbund der Rosenvereine
1971-11-12 Hamilton New Zealand
12 Nov 1971, Hamilton (New Zealand).
Encourage and facilitate interchange of information about and knowledge of the rose between national rose societies; encourage and sponsor research into problems concerning the rose; establish common standards for judging new seedling roses; assist in coordinating the registration of rose names; establish uniform system of rose classification.
Events2021-10-21 | Adelaide, SA Australia – Convention
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Council (meets every 3 years at World Rose Convention); Executive Committee; Regional Vice-Presidents.
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