Privately owned and maintained by the Temecula Valley Rose Society Inc., our 3.4 acre (1.3 hectare) garden was established in 1991 when society members planted the first 800 roses. Evolving over the years, expansions include 1,900+ rose bushes, various trees, companion and native plant species, a hilltop gazebo, walking paths, a picnic area, an education pavilion, the "Tree of Life" planting and education garden, the newly improved "Hall of Fame" garden, and the recently renovated reflecting lily pond with a waterfall.
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In 2020 the Temecula Valley Rose Society kicked off a fundraising campaign to support our 3‑year master plan for renovation, improvements and new features to the Garden. We are excited to announce that a significant new feature will be the construction of the Boos Courtyard Labyrinth, which will feature a 24 foot walking labyrinth encircled with 220 commemorative engraved Donor Bricks.
We launched this exciting project to our membership on August 20, 2020 and to the community September 17, 2020. The Boos Courtyard Labyrinth will feature a 24 foot walking labyrinth encircled with 220 commemorative engraved Donor Bricks. New landscaping, including Sweet Bay Laurel shrubs, white Drift Roses, and Sugar Plum – Cranesbill ground cover, will surround the labyrinth and bricks. One hundred ninty-six 4"x8" bricks and 3 8"x8" poem bricks have been purchased.
Take a 1:46 minute video tour of the Labyrinth Project area. It may be viewed best in landscape orientation.
To start the video, move the cursor inside this box and tap/click the Play triangle (▶) inside the circle.
Here's an artist's rendering of what the Labyrinth is planned to look like when completed.