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Community Gardens Maintained by Tenarky Societies

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The Ted and Mary Alice Mills Rose Garden in Veterans' Park in Soddy Daisy, TN, was established and is maintained by the members of the Tri-State Rose Society of Chattanooga, TN. 

This rose garden of Knock Out roses in the Veterans' Cemetery in Memphis is dedicated to the memory and honor of all Veterans through the generosity of the local districts of the Veterans of Foreign Wars,  the Tipton County Veterans Council, the Junior League Garden Club, the Memphis Rose Society, the Dixie Rose Club, Jackson and Perkins Roses, and Dan West Garden Centers.

The Dixie Rose Club and the Memphis Rose Society also maintain the Garden of Veterans' Honor roses at the West Tennessee Veterans Cemetery in Memphis.

Linda Jansing, a member of the Louisville RS, planted and maintains this garden of  Knockout roses at a Louisville nursing home.

The Award Winning Kentucky All-American Rose Selections Display Garden at the Kentucky Fairgrounds in Jefferson County, Kentucky, is maintained by the Kentucky Fair & Exposition Center and the Louisville Rose Society.

The Bowling Green Rose Society public display garden is located at the Riverwalk Park close to Barren River in Bowling Green, KY.  All roses are labeled and consist of floribundas, David Austins, and shrubs.  It was started in 2006.  The roses are disease-resistant and have not been sprayed.

This rose garden at the Knowles Senior Citizens Center in Nashville, TN was designed and built by Louis Mishu, a Nashville Rose Society member, and receives support from the Nashville society.

This garden, in Centerville, TN was built and maintained by Larry & Connie Baird of the Nashville Rose Society and the Centerville Garden Club.  A bed of Minnie Pearl miniatures honors Centerville's  famous citizen.  It is located on the corner where you turn to go to Grinder's Switch.




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