San Jose's Rose Garden with all of its 3500 shrubs spread over 5 acres of land is also known for a pruning session that saw the whole of the garden pruned in about an hour's time. This happened last year when 900 odd volunteers -- young and old -- from the bay area came together to transform the garden.
January 2010 also saw the volunteers unite and do the job again. The pictures you see here are a result of that: San Jose's Heritage Rose Garden- pruned to perfection.
Pruned and all set, America's (newest) Best Rose Garden is ready for the spring. Come back here to see how it looks at its flowery best.
*AARS - All-America Rose Selection,