The Kansas City Rose Society serves as the steward of the Laura Conyers Smith Municipal Rose Garden in Jacob L. Loose Memorial Park, Kansas City, Missouri. The rose garden is the realization of a dream that began in 1931, when a group of citizens under the leadership of Laura Conyers Smith established the Kansas City Rose Society. The first garden contained 120 rose plants. Today, there are about 3,000 roses of nearly 150 varieties in the 1.5 acre garden.
Pillar and Pergola -- Thank You For Your Support!
The Kansas City Rose Society is pleased to announce the completion of the last phase of the Pillar and Pergola project for the Rose Garden at a cost of $404,000.
New improvements include: All 64 stone columns have been restored and new cedar trellis have been placed atop the structures... ► Read More
Plan to visit the Rose Garden at the height of its beauty in the spring and join our celebration there on Rose Day, May 31, 2015.
Donations of any size are welcomed.
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