A rosy exhibit now at library

Hundreds of roses are on exhibit at the Del Mar library starting today through May 1. This exhibition includes entries by members of the Del Mar Rose Society as part of their 2010 Rose Show.

Linda Gluckman, president of the Rose Society, invites the public to view the roses.

Included in the exhibit are the winning entries from the many categories, such as hybrid teas, floribundas, shrubs, climbing roses, old garden roses, miniatures and mini-floras. Artistic classes include “tribute bouquet” and “picture frame.” Another popular category is the “fragrance” class, which will be judged collectively by DMRS members. All other classes will be judged by accredited ARS horticultural and arrangement judge Mary Muehler Frank, on the evening of April 29.

The Del Mar County Library is at 1309 Camino del Mar in Del Mar.

The library will be open from 9:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. today and May 1 for public viewing of the roses.

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