The Department of Urban Planning and the association of Friends of the Princess Grace Rose Garden are organising the presentation of the Public Prize, as part of the seventh International Rose Competition, this Wednesday, June 19 in the Princess Grace Rose Garden.

On this occasion and for the first time, a charity sale of prize-winning rose bushes from previous editions of the competition will be held from 10:00 in order to raise funds for the Princess Grace Foundation (minimum price of 10 euros per rose bush, of which there are limited quantities).

The year 2024 marks the 40th anniversary of the Princess Grace Rose Garden, numerous activities will be offered to the general public throughout the day: treasure hunt for the youngest, guided tour to (re)discover the Rose Garden, exhibition of watercolors by Tony Szabo and creation of a collective work under the aegis of the artist Mr OneTeas.

The celebrations will close with the presentation of the Public Prize at 16:00 followed by the unveiling of the collective work as well as musical entertainment to fully enjoy the Rose Garden until the evening.

10 countries represented in this year’s International Rose Competition, including: France, Belgium, South Africa, Germany, Poland, Denmark, New Zealand, Japan, USA and Italy. Meanwhile, 76 varieties of roses are set to be presented.

Discover more on the Princess Grace Rose Garden website here.

    Original Source: Government Press Release