This is the third of a series of posts on Boscobel, a lovely Federal style mansion in Garrison, NY the other two being: Boscobel – Objects; and Boscobel – Interiors.

It’s also one of the few exterior shots I took this time around – even if it was taken through a window on the upper floor of the building.

The Boscobel website describes the rose garden as follows”

Designed in the 1960s by renowned landscape architects Innocenti and Webel, the Rose Garden is a classically-inspired English style garden with a fountain at its center, hedgerow along its edge and vistas of the Hudson River in the distance. In warmer months, 150 varieties of roses represented in over 600 bushes create a vibrant, colorful and wonderfully-fragrant impression.

Leave a Reply