“A three-acre site full of fragrance, color, and beauty”
One of the most frequently visited gardens and a popular location for wedding ceremonies in the Park, the stunning Inez Grant Parker Memorial Rose Garden displays approximately 1,600 roses of more than 130 varieties on a three-acre site full of fragrance, color, and beauty. The garden is in bloom from March through December, with the roses usually at their peak in April and May. New varieties are introduced each year in order to display some of the latest plants available in the commercial market. In addition to enjoying the beauty of the garden, it is a great place to evaluate roses for planting in private gardens. The Balboa Park Rose Garden Corps, a group of about 45 volunteers, helps to maintain the garden. If you visit the garden on a Tuesday or Thursday morning, you may see them at work. This garden is recognized as outstanding by several renowned organizations: Named an Outstanding Rose Garden in the U.S.A. by All-America Rose Selections in 1978; Received an Award of Excellence in 2003 from the World Federation of Rose Societies; and in 2014 was named to the Great Rosarians of the World Hall of Fame. Located across from the San Diego Natural History Museum, it is accessible by the Park Blvd. pedestrian bridge.
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