Submitted by Judy Eitzen on Tue, 09/04/2018 - 7:04am
Fall is a great time to visit the Historic Rose Garden. Not only will the repeat roses bloom with deeper color and more fragrant blooms, but hips and brightly colored foliage will appear with cool evenings.
Remember that volunteers work on Tuesday and Saturday mornings and will be glad to show visitors the garden.
There will also be two fall tours:
October Encores on October 13
Fall Color in the Rose Garden on November 17
Submitted by Judy Eitzen on Fri, 07/01/2016 - 8:07am
Historic Rose Garden video is now available on YouTube. It can be seen by clicking "Read More"
Submitted by Judy Eitzen on Wed, 03/30/2016 - 3:50pm
Thanks to all who attended the Preservation Commission Meeting on April 13.
Submitted by Judy Eitzen on Mon, 11/02/2015 - 8:05am
It was fitting to celebrate Barbara Oliva's life in the Historic Rose Garden that she worked in for so long and also fitting the roses received a much needed drizzling rain on her day.
Submitted by Judy Eitzen on Mon, 10/27/2014 - 3:56pm
The Historic Rose Garden includes more than 500 old garden roses from a variety of sources and sites. The collection includes some unique roses, not found anywhere else. Click here for a catalog of roses in the garden.
Submitted by Anita Clevenger on Wed, 10/22/2014 - 4:39pm
We're propagating this rose. A unique seedling that appeared in our garden about ten years ago, it continuously bears clusters of single flowers with a strong spicy fragrance. Without pruning, it's grown into a fountain-shaped shrub about five feet tall and six feet wide. It can be kept smaller with moderate pruning and shaping. A great landscape rose!