Tuolumne County's Largest Rose Garden, with over 1400 roses of all types growing in the ground. Our hours are from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Our garden is closed for the duration, because of the water shortage. The roses have gone into a type of dormancy because of the shortage of water. In order to keep all the roses alive, we have had to cut the amount of water to the roses by a little more than half; because of this there are few new blooms.
Our Rose Nursery, featuring hard to find roses grown in containers is open by appointment.These roses, growing in 5-gallon containers, are watered for a short time twice daily with the nursery drip system and are doing well. Once all the roses are sold, the nursery will be out of business.
We look forward to hearing from you and meeting you when you visit our nursery. Hopefully the water situation will improve by next year so you may visit our lovely rose garden!