The International Rose Garden in Adelaide Botanic Garden takes visitors on a heady journey that’s a delight to the senses. As you wander the garden you’re drawn through a series of colourful spaces, each cleverly revealing a rose collection from a different style of garden.
The overall structure and geometry includes a sunken garden, a circular garden and several pergolas, in perfect visual counterpoint to the adjacent Conservatory.
The garden displays over 2,700 roses, including areas devoted to Australian bred roses, single roses, heritage roses and pillar roses. A walkway in the garden highlights roses selected for specific Australian causes ( The Children’s Rose). Mixed companion plantings add lots of seasonal colour.
Together with the National Rose Trial Garden – which began in 1996 to help the rose industry establish which roses not yet for sale in Australia are best suited to our climate – the International Rose Garden is a great favourite with national and international rose lovers alike.
Find out more aboout Adelaide Botanic Garden here: https://www.botanicgardens.sa.gov.au/
Very beautiful. 💚😀 Too bad it's so far away. 😢