The Rose Garden ( Rosedal ) is located in the "Prado" of Montevideo, a beautiful place to go in spring, so we had get new pictures to show all of you the "Rosedal". As its name implies the "Rose Garden" or "Rosedal" is a municipal rose garden with free entry, in this issue we brings you some photos of a garden at a fully bloom, I hope you enjoy that Landscape.
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When we arrived at the "Rosedal" we meet with a grand entrance made entirely of iron with roses in creeper mode.
This iron structure surrounds the "Rosedal" , forming a sort of tunnel through that you be able to wander and it is roses all the way in the form of creeper for the walls and ceiling, also has several seats or benches.
The site is monitored by caregivers and the vegetation is maintained by gardeners trained which ensures a walk through dense roses. In addition to the roses and fountains and seats there is a fountain in the center (when the photos were taken it was off).
There are a variety of roses, which were mostly imported. A lot were brought from France but there are also roses brought from China (which are those that form the creeper).
All these roses are in beds on the sides of eight footpaths. These roads also have benches. In addition to the variety in types of roses, there are a variety of colours which makes it even more interesting and colourful garden.
The Rose Garden is an interesting tour for the whole family whose want to appreciate the variety of roses that we mentioned. Moreover , because the "Rosedal" is inside the "Prado" the children can do outdoors activities , so they'll have fun .It is also very common to see couples in love, especially in late spring when the roses are totally in bloom.
When the concurrence is higher the source is always turned on, and some kinds of birds arrives in search of crumbs they can get from the ground and spring water, the birds are also attracted by the abundant scent of roses.
Especially on Saturdays, Sundays and holidays is when the "Rosedal" is most visited, and all the "Prado".
We invite everyone to visit this beautiful garden and enjoy walk through it , that has no waste at spring which runs from early October to late November.
To see more landscapes of the park of "Prado" in Montevideo Uruguay do click at this link: Landscape
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John. Uruguay Photography