The rose garden with an area of around 5,000 m² has been part of Planten un Blomen since 1993. Around 300 different types of roses have been planted in the rose garden, including historic roses, park shrubs and wild roses, climbing roses or tea hybrids. The planting was complemented by perennials, summer flowers and various small trees.Numerous rose arches and sitting areas complete the ensemble. In the center of the rose garden is a pavilion, where you can get information about different types of roses and their care during the summer season. In summer you can hear classical music every day.Source and more: de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Planten_un_Blomen#Rosengarten
The 5,000-square-meter rose garden was redesigned in 1993 in a classic style. About 300 different types of roses - historical and English roses, shrub and wild roses, tea hybrids and bed roses, as well as climbing and tall stem roses - bloom here alongside perennials, small shrubs and summer flowers. The beds are edged with low boxwood hedges. Steel rose arches with blue rose balls complete the layout.
Several sitting areas invite you to linger. In the center of the rose garden stands an open pavilion. There, visitors can listen to classical music every day during the summer season.Source:
Colors, scent and classical music beguile the senses.
In 1993, a classic rose garden was created in Planten un Blomen. The pavilion in the center of the 5,000-square-meter geometric garden with its rose arches and blue roseballs offers specialist information. Paths and lawns divide the landscaped green spaces. The central point of the garden is a pavilion with information. Here the garden friend learns the times to which classical music in the rose garden sounds.
Already in 1821, the botanist Johann Georg Christian Lehmann planted the first tree of the Planten un Blomen, which today is the most famous park in Hamburg. Planten un Blomen, in high German, plants and flowers, is in this unique city garden program, because the Planten un Blomen unite on an area of 47 hectares alone 300 rose species, several tropical greenhouses and the largest Japanese garden in Europe.
A tour through the beautiful park is especially recommended in spring and summer, when everything is in bloom.
When the Japanese build a sundial, it not only displays the approximate time, no: this one, donated in 1976 by the Japanese community in Hamburg, does it to the minute. And beyond that, it shows the distribution of sunlight all over the world in the right place and at the right time. Unfortunately, she can not cook coffee yet, but that might make her the successor.
The chess garden with the large figures is also a classic that has been around for many decades in many parks and gardens. I remember being a witness of an altercation where two players threw themselves at each other and beat each other. This is indelibly burned in my head.
In the know? Log-in to add a tip for other adventurers!