The rose has always held a special place of honour in the ornamental garden.
Its ability to adapt to different conditions makes it widespread worldwide and its life expectancy is high. Its versatility contributes to its smooth incorporation in the garden, either as a lone shrub or in clusters, as a climber on walls, columns or pergolas, or as a live hedge and a perimeter, all of which display an abundance of colour and inflorescence.
The Rose Garden at the Ramat Hanadiv Gardens is designed in a formal style.
Roses bloom in clusters, in geometric flowerbeds arranged symmetrically, and are grown to a uniform height.