Rose Pruning Event at the A. C. Postel Memorial Rose Garden Canceled

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Rose Pruning Event at the A. C. Postel Memorial Rose Garden Canceled
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Source: City of Santa Barbara

The annual January rose-pruning volunteer day at the A. C. Postel Memorial Rose Garden is canceled this year because of restrictions related to the COVID-19 pandemic, the City of Santa Barbara Parks and Recreation Department announced [this week].

The scenic A. C. Postel Memorial Rose Garden, located in Mission Historical Park across from Mission Santa Barbara, contains more than 1,500 rose bushes, maintained throughout the year by Parks Division staff, volunteers, and members of the Santa Barbara Rose Society.

“The timeless beauty of the roses is enhanced by the care and dedication from all of our volunteers,” Parks Supervisor Ramiro Arroyo said. “Every year, after each pruning, the roses put out a magnificent bloom to the delight of park visitors and garden volunteers. Each time, we think they look better than the year before.”

This year, individual volunteers will continue to prune the rose bushes at the garden, with extra help from Parks Division staff. Because the pruning must happen in January, the event will not be rescheduled later this year.

Please direct questions to Ramiro Arroyo – Parks Supervisor at the Parks Division by calling (805) 897-1917.


About the Parks and Recreation Department

The City of Santa Barbara Parks and Recreation Department proudly offers a wide range of parks, facilities, and programs designed to serve the needs of the community.

The Parks Division manages and maintains 360 acres of developed parkland and over 1,183 acres of open space parkland. The Parks Division staff is responsible for providing safe and high quality parks, open space, three miles of beaches, playgrounds, sports fields, street medians, right-of-way landscaping, building landscaping, and restrooms. Parks Division forestry staff maintain and manage over 42,000 street trees, park trees, and city facility trees for the benefit of residents, ensuring a safe and healthy community forest.

To find out more about the Parks and Recreation Department, please visit the City of Santa Barbara website at SantaBarbaraCA.gov/ParksAndRec, follow us onInstagram, Twitter, or Facebook, or sign up for our email list at bit.ly/LoveParksAndRec.

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