Schenectady's Rose Garden

The Rose Garden is situated at the north corner of Schenectady's Central Park.




There's a small man-made stone bridge, with a really tiny waterfall (or should I say water feature) at the corner of the garden. I was almost lying on the ground when taking this photo.



A few of such white arch, joined by bushes and benches, form the perimeter of the garden. The rose bushes climb on the sides of the arch and decorate the structure. Names are engraved in the tiles of the pavement that leads into the garden.







Now, in early summer, the bushes in blossom. Although the garden does not occupy a large area, many variety of roses can be found here.



Other plants are also found among the roses. During our visit, we can spot bees harvesting nectar quite frequently.

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