The Rose Garden is situated at the pedestrian entrance to the Golden Gate Park- JF Kennedy Drive leading till the edge of the park in Fulton Street. The ideal time to visit the garden is in summer during May-July when the flowers are in their full bloom, while another blooming period arrives around September.
The garden is a habitat to award-winning and all-labelled sixty rose beds including many hybrids, miniatures and climbing varieties on display. The garden has a spell-bounding and ecstatic sight where the varieties of roses are sprinkled with fragrance, beauty and a colour palette of stark and soothing shades. Some of the varieties include- Lavender-pink roses, Sweet Briar, Sally Holmes, Eglantine, Joseph’s Coat, Altissimo, Royal Sunset and Golden Showers.
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