Morris Arboretum

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Rose Garden


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The Rose Garden, created in 1888, is one of the oldest features of the estate and was originally a flower garden with a marble fountain as a central feature, with four quadrants containing boxed-edged walks in between. The summer house and Italianate balustrades were added 20 years later.
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American Bull Azalea Meadow Compton Café Cotswold Sheep Cottage Garden English Park The Dorrance H. Hamilton Fernery Garden Railway Gates Hall Gift Shop Greenhouse Herb Garden Holly Slope Japanese Hill & Water Garden John and Lydia Morris Sculpture Key Fountain Log Cabin Long Fountain Lydia's Seat Magnolia Slope Gayle E. Maloney Garden and Marble Fountain Marble Fountain Mercury Temple and Grotto Oak Allée Orange Balustrade Out on a Limb Pennock Flower Walk Emergency Telephone Picnic Area Pump House Restrooms, Seasonal Restrooms Rose Garden Rock Wall Seven Arches Springhouse Step Fountain Summerhouse Pavillion Swan Pond Three Tubes Two Lines Variable Vending Machines Drinking Fountains Widener Visitor Center Wi-Fi

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