Heritage Rose Garden

 

The San Jose Heritage Rose Garden (HRG) is a unique collection of 3,600 antique and modern roses. Established in 1995 through an extensive community effort, the garden contains 2,600 varieties, more varieties than any other rose garden in the Western Hemisphere. The garden is open daily from dawn to dusk and there is no admission charge. Docent-led tours for pre-scheduled groups can be arranged.

 

While the City of San Jose supplies materials, it is maintained primarily by volunteers! Projects vary with the time of the year, but come join them every Saturday and Wednesday 8:30 to 11:30 am. The Conservancy also  hosts special summer evening sessions on the second Tuesdays of June through September from 5:30pm-7:30pm.  Click here to see the calendar.

 

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Latest Events

Monthly River Clean-Up

Help preserve a portion of the Guadalupe River by helping us collect loose litter found in the river bed brought in by the recent weather. We are l...

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Historic Orchard Monthly Work Day

Help preserve a portion of the old Santa Clara Valley when orchards stretched across the valley floor. We are looking for volunteers to help ma...

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Classes

Sustainable Vegetable Gardening

Did you know that our Mediterranean climate is perfect for year-round gardens?  Join the Guadalupe River Park Conservancy and Master Garde...

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Gardening with Cold Frames and Mini-Greenhouses

Start your garden out on the right foot! Greenhouses are not just for the winter; join GRPC and Master Gardener Sharon Johnson for this workshop t...

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Rose Pruning Classes

Every Wednesday and Saturday through the end of February. Hands-on rose pruning lessons are being offered at the San Jose Heritage Rose Garden eve...

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Urban Foraging Workshop

Have you ever been out for a walk and wondered if any of the plants around you could make it to your dinner plate?  Join GRPC and urban foraging e...

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