The garden is known mostly for the impressive rose garden, with over 15,000 roses from over 245 species. It may look small, but you can spend quite a lot of time here. The park was first opened to visitors in 2001, and since then the number of varieties from around the world has only grown. You can enjoy the colorful views almost year-round.
The park is divided by tracks, where visitors can walk and learn about the history and the origin of the roses there. You can choose different paths, and learn about the development of the roses in Asia, America, Europe, the Middle East, and more. Among the rose species, you will see in the garden are both old and newer species.
The walking lanes are wide and welcome runners, athletes, bike riders, who turn the park to really attractive. Visitors can come here to listen to lectures, workshops, discussion groups and conferences. In the park you will find a small museum in the open air, and small corners where you can catch a few quiet peaceful minutes, and have nice picnics.
Each year, at the beginning of May, the park hosts an international contest, where you can see more than 60 new varieties of roses, displayed in a special exhibit at the center of the park.