Heritage Rose Garden
The San Jose Heritage Rose Garden is an unexpected jewel in the midst of the urban center of the city. A five-acre rose garden containing 3,500 plants and nearly 3,000 varieties of rare roses. "Unknown" or "found" roses are an important component of a heritage rose garden. These are varieties found in old cemeteries, around old homes, or along country byways. the garden is a community labor of love and a joint venture of the City of San Jose, the Guadalupe River Park Conservancy, the South Bay Heritage Rose Group, and the many dedicated civic volunteers who continue to propagate, plant, fertilize, prune, weed, catalog and care for the precious collection.
Mon-Sun: 1/2 hour before dawn - 1/2 hour after sunset.
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