More than 5,000 rose bushes will be planted in the Sochi rose garden
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More than 5,000 rose bushes will be planted in the Sochi rose garden

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06-20-2022
 
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«The rose garden in the park is over 100 years old, now it is being reconstructed: there will be new flower beds, arches, gazebos and a labyrinth of roses. It will also house recreation areas, a fountain and a Rotunda,» the park said.

The first batch of 1600 roses has already arrived in Sochi. It includes plants selected for the Sochi climate. In addition to roses, 6,000 boxwood bushes and 1,000 lavenders will be planted in the park. The rose garden will be evergreen and blooming. At any time of the year, visitors can enjoy the wonderful flowering of buds. The updated territory will be launched in early July.

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