Photo courtesy of CarpeDiem
Historical reference rose garden Listing last updated on 28 Jun 2022.
23898 Labenz, Schleswig-Holstein
USDA Zone: 7b (5 to 10 F / -14.9 to -12.3 C)
oo 49 45 36 619 [Information]
++49 (0)4536 8799 [Fax]
This garden had to be closed end of 2020 as the grounds were required by the owner. The plants were distributed to other locations. The listing is retained as historical reference.
"The l´âge bleu Rosenpark contents a growing collection of Old and rare Roses.
It´s in Northern Germany, between Hamburg and Lübeck. Planting started in 2007, official opening took place on June 7, 2009.
It´s space is about 8000 m2 and all plants are cared for ecologically.
Roses are growing together with perennials, vegetabables and other plants in matching "color sites":
The yellow to yellow red shades are combined within a "sun downing aerea" for example.
In summer it´s open to the public each weekend, but collectors are welcome by appointment additionally (firstname.lastname@example.org). - I´m working all alone, so volunteers are very welcome!
The Blue Garden, my former private one, turned to be a wilderness meanwhile because I had to concentrate on the Rosenpark. Most of the roses are growing there now.
Daphne Filberti´s beautiful photos of the Blue Garden are a document of the past. - But the Rosenpark is a kind of "child" of the Blue Garden and has it´s spirit...Therefore it would be great if Daphne allowed to keep her wonderful photos at this site additionally."