Today I went for a slow, easy walk through Old Town San Diego State Historic Park.
After turning down a path behind several historic buildings, I noticed bright spring colors in a garden that few visitors see. A straggly, uniquely beautiful rose garden can be enjoyed behind the reconstructed La Casa de Machado y Wrightington, which today is home to the Tafoya and Son pottery shop.
For lovers of roses, this a wonderful little place to seek out. The roses even have signs that identify the varieties.
I took a few photos of the newly opened roses.
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Beautiful roses 🌹🌹
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