Exposition Park Rose Garden

The Rose Garden, originally called the Sunken Garden, was designated as one of the first features when Exposition Park was converted from a former agricultural park and race track in 1913. The LA Department of Recreation and Parks planted 15,000 bushes with over 100 varieties (1) of roses and other flowers for the Rose Garden's opening in 1928. That has since grown to over 200,000 bushes and over 200 varieties.
Last updated: 15-Aug-2013 02:50 PM
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