Thursday, July 12, 2012


If you are traveling to Georgia, there are few public gardens where you can see some beautiful roses.  The Jimmy Carter Center is home to 400 rose plants and 80 varieties including the Rosalynn Carter Rose.  The Fernbank Science Center includes the Robert L. Staton Rose Garden with over 1300 rose bushes.  The Georgia Golf Hall of Fame’s Botanical Gardens has a Rose Garden with 800 varieties of miniature roses.  Even at Massee Lane Gardens which is the headquarters of the American Camellia Society has a rose garden, the Scheibert Rose Garden. 

Here is a list of Georgia public gardens with some beautiful roses. 
 453 Freedom Parkway
Atlanta, GA 30307
Ph. 404-331-3900

 156 Heaton Park Drive, NE
Atlanta, GA 30307
Ph. 404-378-4311

 One Eleventh Street
Augusta, GA 30901
Ph. 706-724-4443

 1505 Bland Avenue
 Georgia Southern University
Statesboro, GA 30460-8039
Ph. 912-871-1114

 1998 Gibbs Drive
 Ball Ground, GA 30107
Ph. 770-893-1880

American Camellia Society
One Massee Lane
 Fort Valley, GA 31030
Ph. 912-967-2358

 1320 Independence Drive
 Augusta, GA 30901
Ph. 706-724-4174.

 2617 Newnan Road
 Griffin, GA 30223
Ph. 770-228-0974
 University of Georgia
 2450 S. Milledge Avenue
 Athens, GA 30605
Ph. 706-542-1244

 3500 Oak Grove Road
 Loganville, GA 30239
Ph. 770-466-7532

Roses are easy plants to grow contrary to popular belief. Why do you think Roses have been around for millions of years?  All they need are food, water and sunlight.  Just like you and me. 

Here at Rose Gardening World, we’ll educate you about the Rose - our National Floral Emblem and the state flower of several states.  Welcome to the World of Rose Gardening or Rose Gardening World where Rose Gardening Tips, Rose Growing Advice, Planting a Rose Garden, Rose Descriptions, Where to Buy Roses, Where to see Rose Gardens, Rose Culture, Rose History, Rose Events, Rose Verses are all here in one place.  

We are constantly updating our contents so visit Rose Gardening World often.  We want to help you grow Beautiful Roses and we welcome comments.  Take time and smell the roses.  Happy Rose Gardening!

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