Fodor's Expert Review Lady Norwood Rose Garden

Wellington Garden/Arboretum

On a fine summer day you couldn't find a better place to enjoy the fragrance of magnificent flowers. This rose garden is the most popular part of the Wellington Botanic Garden. Situated on a plateau, the formal circular layout consists of 106 beds, each planted with a single variety of modern and traditional shrubs. Climbing roses cover a brick-and-timber colonnade on the perimeter. Adjacent to the rose beds, the Begonia House conservatory is filled with delicate plants.

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North end of Wellington Botanic Garden
Wellington, Wellington  New Zealand

04-499–1400

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