Garden design ideas in White House
Garden design ideas in White House. Symbolic of United States governments, The White House have many interesting in design architecture specially in the garden. Many type of garden are established there from the rose to organic garden. For this time, HomeTrendy will show you little knowledge and photos about White House garden.
Rose garden established in 1913 Ellen Loise Axson Wilson, wife of Woodrow Wilson (source: Wikipedia) and until now has undergone several renovations but still maintain their original shape. The White House Rose Garden surrounding the Oval Office and the West Wing of the White House. The garden is about 125 feet long and 60 feet wide. Roses are the primary flowering plants in the garden and include large numbers of “Queen Elizabeth” grandiflora roses, and the tea roses “Pascale,” “Pat Nixon,” and “King’s Ransom.” A shrub rose, “Nevada Rose” adds a cool note of white. Seasonal flowers are interspersed to add nearly year round color. Rose garden is often used as a place to hold big events such as banquets for state guests, family president’s events and public garden tour every year.
Vegetables garden is a part of big White House garden and first established in 1800.Vegetable garden is a little different from the rose garden doesn’t change from different reign. The plants is the most frequently changing depending the leader. When Hillary Clinton choose to built roof vegetable garden, Obamas planted a vegetable garden on the South Lawn in March 2009. There will be 55 varieties of vegetables grown, including: arugula (rocket), cilantro (coriander), tomatillo, hot peppers, spinach, chard, collards, black kale, berries and lettuce.
However the form of White House garden in the future, we as American citizens should be proud to have one of the best gardens in the world. Any changes made by an American leader for the garden, it’s definitely a good aim.