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.
A regional, public rose garden where
the community can enjoy and learn about roses.
NOTICE: The Rose Society is looking for volunteers to help groom the
roses at Kansas City’s Historical Rose Garden in Loose Park. ► Learn More
There’s a much better way to Love your Mom!
(And ours is permanent, too!)
For $25 ...you can buy a rose bush for the
Laura Conyers Smith Rose Garden in Loose Park
Permanently planted in honor of the Mom you Love!
The Kansas City Rose Society’s Friendship / Memory Rose Program
Will send your Mom a Lovely hand written certificate,
just in time for Mother’s Day,
Letting her know how much you Love her.
*This gift is tax deductible.
It’s Easy! ► Just Click Here to Purchase Your Friendship or Memory Rose
Or call Sandy Campuzano: 913-381-5915
Also great for Special Occasions, Tributes & Memorials
Phase one of the Pillar and Pergola - Done!!!
Thanks for Your Support!
The Kansas City Rose Society is pleased to report the completion of Phase I of the Pillar and Pergola Project. Phase II begins in January 2014 with the replacement of all the wooden pergolas atop the 33 columns surrounding the center garden and the restoration of the stonework. . The cost of Phase II is $288,000 and 95% of the funds have been raised to date. The goal is to complete this project prior to Rose Day on June 1, 2014.
Donations of any size are welcomed.
► Learn More and Make a Donation Today!