Etymologie, Etimología, Étymologie, Etimologia, Etymology
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Rose, Rosa, Rose, Rosa, Rose
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Rose Garden
Huntington Rose Collection

Henry E. Huntington war durch Eisenbahnbau und durch die Entwicklung des Nahverkehrs (Regionalbahnen und Straßenbahnen, "Pacific Electric" und "Los Angeles Railway Company") zum Milliardär geworden. In späteren Jahren entdeckte er seine Neigung zu Kunst und Literatur. Dank seiner finanziellen Mittel konnte er die Werke namhafter Künstler und komplette Bibliotheken aufkaufen. Er gab den gesammelten Werken auch eine würdige Unterkunft. Durch die Stiftung der "Henry E. Huntington Library and Art Gallery" wurde er zum namhaften Kulturförderer.

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The Huntington Library, Art Museum, and Botanical Gardens


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THE ROSE GARDEN

The three-acre Rose Garden contains more than 3,000 individual plants and more than 1,200 different cultivated varieties, with a spring bloom beginning in late March and extending beyond November.


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The Rose Garden was originally created in 1908 for the private enjoyment of Henry and Arabella Huntington. Roses were a particular favorite flower of Arabella's. The garden was designed primarily for display, providing copious quantities of cut blooms for the large elaborate floral arrangements favored in their home. Household records indicate that in one year alone more than 30,000 flowers were used in these massive bouquets, 9,700 of which were roses.

"Huntington's 100th" - Rose

A special variety of rose, "Huntington's 100th", provides a quintessential touch to The Huntington's Centennial. The pastel yellow and orchid pink floribunda was hybridized by Tom Carruth, The Huntington's E. L. and Ruth B. Shannon Curator of the Rose Collections, and is on display in the historic Rose Garden, as well as in a dedicated garden just north of the Virginia Steele Scott Galleries of American Art. The hybrid's abundant blooms emit an intense fragrance of lemon blossom with a hint of baby powder. If you missed the rose lecture and sale on Jan. 9, the next opportunity will be at the Spring Plant Sale, April 24-26. You can also find 'Huntington's 100th' at local nurseries, sometimes under the synonym, Life of the Party; they are the same rose.
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Highlights from the Huntington Rose Collection

Our 3-acre organic rose collection contains more than 3,000 individual plants and over 1,400 cultivated varieties. Beyond being a beautiful destination to meander, the garden represents an extensive collection enjoyed by thousands each year. The spring bloom begins in late March and extends beyond Thanksgiving, and curator Tom Carruth has identified several of the most beautiful rose varieties visitors must see on their journey through the Huntington Rose Collection.

All purple tour points were hybridized by our curator, Tom Carruth. Feel free to meander among the blooms and enjoy the beds, also labeled on the map.

The Rose Garden was originally created in 1908 for the private enjoyment of founders Henry and Arabella Huntington. The garden was originally designed primarily for display, providing copious quantities of cut blooms for the large, floral arrangements favored in the Huntington home.

The Huntington Rose Garden reached the hundredth anniversary in 2008 and this rose with a large pink bloom was named for that milestone. It was bred by Austin in the UK and captures old-fashioned form on a graceful plant.




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