Community Rose Garden

Earlier this week I visited the Community Rose Garden after picking up some books at the library. It is nice that they at least have Lobby Pickup. I can request books and pick them up when they are available.

The garden is right by the library so I will often make a visit to it when I pick up books.

Tracy community rose garden, roses, park, libraryThere are quite a few roses in the garden which consists of three rings of beds with a sculpture in the middle. Someday I will share pictures of the sculpture.

Tracy community rose garden, roses, park, libraryIt was nice to see some roses other than the ones in my own rose garden.

These white ones are a bit withered but still look nice.

Tracy community rose garden, roses, park, libraryI like this one that has multiple colored blooms on the same bush.

Tracy community rose garden, roses, park, libraryYou can see that the garden needs a little bit of work done, but I am sure this is partly because of social distance guidelines. Plus, we have had a lot of heat this summer.

Tracy community rose garden, roses, park, library There was a lot of new growth on some of the bushes, so they are definitely keeping them well watered. On this bush you can see the different phases in the life of a rose bloom starting with a new bud.

I have been enjoying some nice days without having to cool down the house during the day, but the temperature forecast for Sunday is 109. I hope it doesn’t get quite that hot.

Steven

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2 Responses to Community Rose Garden

  1. Community Rose Garden.

    Sounds peaceful

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