Friendship Rose Garden

This sculpture, by local artists Jeanne and Bill Magaw of Magaw's of Boston, stands in the Friendship Rose Garden, located between the A.A.R.S. Rose Garden and the Hill's Memorial Rose Garden in Glen Miller Park, along the National Road in Richmond, Indiana.

Photo: Friendship Rose Sculpture by Bill & Jeanne Magaw

The plaque reads:
Sculpture symbolizes Rose City partnership between Richmond and Zweibrücken, Germany - 1991.
Photo: Garden Plaque

Photos taken July 6, 2001

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Richmond was long known as "The Rose City" due to being home to Hills' Roses. Founder, E. G. Hill, was a gifted rose hybridizer, and introduced countless roses to the world. Hills' was once known as the largest grower of roses under glass. Hill Floral Products stopped growing roses in 1995.