This is a public park in Berkeley that certainly could use some funding. It is a great spot. My husband and I spent a week in Berkeley and on one of our morning walks we took a stroll through the garden. We were there in late August, so the roses were not at their best, but we could imagine their greatness.
The garden is a series of concentric semi-circular terraced rows cascading down the side of a hill. The rows are separated by stone walls. Unfortunately the walls are in need of repair. There was a volunteer weeding and removing dead buds when we were there, so there is hope for the garden to continue.
It was a peaceful walk and a great end to our morning adventure. I would love to visit when the roses are at their peak.
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