The Kathrine Dulin Folger Rose Garden is a visual centerpiece in front of the Arts and Industries Building to the east of the Smithsonian Castle. This garden provides an engaging space for visitors on their journey around the Smithsonian museums. Visitors stop to smell the various fragrant roses, read the plant name tags to gather ideas for their own gardens, and enjoy the spectacular view. Come learn about roses with Shelley Gaskins, Smithsonian Gardens horticulturist.
Posted: 22 July 2011