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

Evening Rose Deadheading

We are looking for volunteers to remove spent blooms every second Tuesday of the month from 5:30-7:30 pm at the Heritage Rose Garden, on Taylor and...

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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

Summer Fruit Tree Pruning

Summer is an ideal time to train young trees and encourage optimal fruit production. Summer Fruit Tree Pruning, a sequel to Guadalupe River Park Co...

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Cool Season Vegetable Gardening

Vegetables in the winter? You bet! Here in Santa Clara County we can grow vegetables year round. Join us and Master Gardener Karen Schaffer to lear...

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Bike Ride to Alviso

Join Guadalupe River Park Conservancy’s Executive Director Leslee Hamilton and Ranger Daniel Sanchez, from National Park Service’s Juan Bau...

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Twilight Yoga in the Park

As summer’s warmer weather and longer evenings approach, we look forward to Twilight Yoga in the Park. Join Guadalupe River Park Conservancy ...

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