All-American Rose Garden

The All-American Rose Garden is a rose garden found near Hardy Street on the campus of the University of Southern Mississippi. The garden has a semicirular form and contains many various types of hybrid roses in 32 rose beds. It exists since 1973 and was accredited the status 'Public Rose Garden' by the All-American Rose Selection Inc. in 1975.[1] Many biologists and botanists come from all over the world just to study the roses found in the rose garden.[2][3][4][5] Due to the large number of rare roses found in the rose garden, plucking out a rose is against college policy, and getting caught currently results in a fine of $500.


  1. ^ "The University of Southern Mississippi - Visitors". Retrieved 2014-07-07. 
  2. ^ Mississippi State University - Flower growers depend on roses
  3. ^ All-America Rose Selections - Directory; The All-America Rose Selections is a non-profit association of rose growers and introducers dedicated to the introduction and promotio...
  4. ^ Where to Go in Mississippi | iExplore. Retrieved on 2008-10-26
  5. ^ The University of Southern Mississippi - Southern miss rose garden display site for latest hybrid of popular flower

External links

  • The University of Southern Mississippi - Southern miss rose garden display site for latest hybrid of popular flower
  • All-American Rose Garden at yahoo! Travel

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