Everything is coming up roses in Farmers Branch. Whether walking through the gardens located through the city or enjoying the street-scape, it is definitely time to stop and smell the roses.
With more than 500 different roses planted throughout the city, Farmers Branch is the perfect place to spend the afternoon taking in the small things in life – like old garden roses and modern hybrid teas.
Celebration of Roses
Saturday, October 20 | 8:30 am - 4:30 pm
The Annual Celebration of Roses event is held to admire the beauty of the fall bloom season. Event attendees enjoy landscaping seminars among hundreds of blooming roses, rose garden tours, and a complimentary lunch with Bluegrass music.
The Rose Gardens of Farmers Branch are growing and blooming. Currently, there are four large established gardens to enjoy and explore.
Walkers can easily access each garden using the walking paths that wind through the gardens. Starting at Gussie Field Watterworth Park, visitors will experience the:
EarthKind™ Rose and Display Gardens
West Rose Garden
Award of Excellence Test Garden
Ruthan Rogers Garden
Visitors may begin a tour of the rose gardens at any point; however it is recommended to begin at either Gussie Field Watterworth Park or the Farmers Branch Historical Park. Free parking is available at both of these locations.
The Rose Gardens of Farmers Branch, located at Gussie Field Watterworth Park, are now available for event rentals. Please let us know how we can help schedule your wedding or event at this beautiful spot. View rental information or contact fbspecialevents for questions.
DART Rail Green Line
The DART Green Line serves Farmers Branch Station, located steps from the Rose Gardens of Farmers Branch. Visitors arriving on the Green Line can access the rose gardens by walking east on Bill Moses Parkway, then south (right) on Charlie Bird Parkway which will lead to the West Rose Garden.
Ask the Rosarian
If you have a question about roses or landscaping with roses submit your question to ask a rosarian.