A.R.T.S.® Trial Site Partners
A key asset of the A.R.T.S.® program is our amazing partnership with regional trial sites that host our test gardens each year. All of these sites have a strong commitment to scientific plant research and have become regional leaders in environmental stewardship. The diverse organizations who have partnered with A.R.T.S.® include colleges, universities, arboreta, botanic gardens, and municipalities. Although each of these sites is unique and brings a different set of strengths to the A.R.T.S.® team they are united in their purpose of sharing the most accurate and up to date horticultural information with the gardening public and industry professionals of their region and are committed to ecologically sound landscape principles. We encourage you to visit your regional trial site this summer to see firsthand scientific plant research as well as the latest rose genetics currently being developed before these roses are introduced to market.
Here is a list of all the places that have hosted the American Rose Trials for Sustainability®:
Boerner Botanical Garden
International Rose Test Garden, Portland, Oregon
Morcom Rose Garden
Texas A&M Agrilife Extension- Midland County
Tucson Botanical Garden
Interested in becoming an A.R.T.S.® Trial Site Partner?
The American Rose Trials for Sustainability (A.R.T.S.®) are positioned to become the premier rose trial program for new roses entering the U.S. marketplace. We would love for you and your garden to consider partnering with us as one of the partnering trial sites for your region.
If you live in an area of the country where we do not have a trial site and you work at an institution or business that shares the A.R.T.S.® vision who might be interested in becoming a trial site for your region, please contact us for information on how to become a trial site by filling out the form below…