Created By: Scripps College
The Rose Garden, built in 1930, was designed by Edward Huntsman-Trout for students to cut and enjoy fresh flowers. The rose planting beds in the garden were replanted in 2004. The garden retains its original Huntsman-Trout layout, restored with the advice of Clair Martin, a curator of roses at the Huntington Botanical Gardens. Various roses from the original plans were used in the replanting. As well as the roses, a silk floss tree, hibiscus, and a rosemary hedge can be found in the garden.
This point of interest is part of the tour: Scripps Art Tour