Mike and Angelina Chute
– Rose Solutions –
Seminar Topic: Fifteen Remarkable Roses for Northern New England Gardens
Date & Time: March 30, 10:30pm
Fifteen Remarkable Roses for Northern New England Gardens introduces 15 attractive, disease resistant, and winter hardy varieties that are ideal for cold-climate gardens. These ever-blooming roses are available in every size and color and are perfect for home gardens in northern New England. This presentation describes every variety in detail, explaining why each one is truly remarkable. It also includes tips and advice on practical rose horticulture from Mike and Angelina’s 25 years of experience of rose gardening in New England. Fifteen Remarkable Roses for Northern New England Gardens will show you how to get the rose garden you have always wanted. Mike and Angelina will be available to sign copies of their books, Roses for New England: A Guide to Sustainable Rose Gardening and Rose Gardening Season by Season: A Journal for Passionate Gardeners after the program.
Mike and Angelina Chute are co-owners of RoseSolutions, a landscape consulting company that specializes in roses. They are both certified American Rose Society Master Rosarians. Mike is an accredited ARS horticultural rose judge. They also serve as consultants for both municipal and private rose gardens. Accomplished garden writers, the Chutes’ second book, Rose Gardening Season by Season: A Journal for Passionate Gardeners joins Roses for New England: A Guide to Sustainable Rose Gardening. In addition to their books, the Chute’s have written numerous garden articles and authored the chapter “Roses” in the University of Rhode Island Sustainable Gardening Manual. They maintain a web site (www.rosesolutions.net), a blog (www.therosejournal.wordpress.com) and publish a quarterly e-newsletter, The Northeast Rose Gardener. They were also co-founders and past presidents of the Rhode Island Rose Society. Mike and Angelina maintain an active schedule of lectures and workshops throughout the New England area, including the Boston Flower & Garden Show, the Connecticut Flower & Garden Show, the Newport Flower Show, the Maine Flower Show, the Rhode Island Flower & Garden Show, Tower Hill Botanic Garden, landscape and gardening conventions as well as numerous garden clubs and other horticultural organizations.
Mike Chute: firstname.lastname@example.org
Angie Chute: email@example.com