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Designed by landscape architect LeRoy Brady, the Desert Southwest's largest rose garden, where nearly 8000 rose bushes bloom in the desert. Take time to smell the roses by taking a stroll through The Garden and view its tremendous number of vibrant...more
The Roses are rapidly recovering from the Summer heat. The middle of October through December they will be at their best. There are nearly 10,000 Roses with several hundred varieties in all the beautiful rose coolers and types of blooms!
If you are ever in the vicinity of Mesa Community College (at Southern Ave and Dobson Rd in Mesa, AZ), you should stop by its Rose Garden, a haven for lovers of roses, their magical variety, fragrant appeal, and delicate nature. It's on the edge...More
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Even if you are not a rose lover you will enjoy your visit to this rose garden. There are over 9000 rose bushes with more varieties of rose than you could possibly imagine. The gardens are well tended and make a nice place to visit....More
Love the freebies - and this was so nice - pretty colors, lovely birds as well, we saw a few hummingbirds, - however, PLEASE NOTE - on Wednesdays they flood the roses and you are not able to walk near them...it really wasn't a big...More
A free public park that you can stroll around, sit and visit and just enjoy the flowers. Interesting to see the varieties names for Marilyn Monroe, Judy Garland, Julia Childs and others. We were there over Easter weekend and still plenty of blooms.
The Rose Garden at Mesa Community College is in spectacular fall, cool season
bloom ! It has not been exciting during the hot summer months, but the flowers,
(over 9,000 bushes) are as fabulous as they were in the spring bloom ! One of
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Daylight hours... it is outside, no gate. The only concern would be to park in visitors spaces since this is a campus. Weekends the campus is quiet, so less concern about where to park. Going to the garden's website is very... More
Daylight hours... it is outside, no gate. The only concern would be to park in visitors spaces since this is a campus. Weekends the campus is quiet, so less concern about where to park. Going to the garden's website is very helpful.