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It's small but since it's free and parking is easy on the street nearby... make it part of your visit.
Wheelchair accessible and remember, its' seasonal.... roses are brightest at different times of the year.
The rose garden and the adjoining heritage orchard are very, very special, as it the river trail. However, the City of San Jose is not taking care of this area, or of another park we visited (Kelley Park, which houses the Japanese Garden). And apparently...More
The Master Gardeners organized this event in Spring. It was so much fun meeting with like-minded folk who dedicate their time to beautifying Silicon Valley. But after 2 hours in the sun I had to call it a day - tiring!
I visited at a time when the Municipal Rose Garden was in full bloom - and yet this garden was past peak bloom on all but a few bushes. Beautiful blooms is not the point of this garden. A visitor is compensated two ways -...More
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You can drive around the airport, left on Coleman Ave, then Left on W Taylor - or faster to exit onto highway 87 South (Guadalupe Pkwy). Right on W Taylor St exit. Gardens will to your left. The first garden is Guadalupe... More
You can drive around the airport, left on Coleman Ave, then Left on W Taylor - or faster to exit onto highway 87 South (Guadalupe Pkwy). Right on W Taylor St exit. Gardens will to your left. The first garden is Guadalupe River Gardens then H Rose Garden. At Coleman Ave there are plenty of restaurants and stores. The other Rose Garden is about two miles up the road, probably less. W Taylor St changes name to Naglee. You will see schools on your left the Rose garden is on your Right. Have a nice trip.