The War of Roses

War of Roses

The Gardens by the Bay Flower Field has been transformed into a battlefield with knights on horses, amidst a field of over 60 varieties of roses! Entitled “War of the Roses”, you will be transported to England for a medieval experience. The floral theme draws inspiration from an event of the same name that took place in 15th century England. The historical “War of the Roses” was a series of civil wars between the House of Lancaster and the House of York that were vying for the throne of England. Its name drew reference to the emblems associated with the two Houses – the Red Rose of Lancaster and the White Rose of York.

War of Roses

The Floral Display feature armour-plated knights on horses amidst a battlefield of roses in different colours, shapes and sizes. Other flowers complementing the display include Hydrageas, Pansies, Bellis and Alyssums.

Roses

Wild roses are native to the Northern Hemisphere but it was in Europe and the Middle East that the love affair with roses began.

FortressFortress and flags that brings up the mood of medieval age.

SONY DSCSONY DSCSONY DSCSONY DSCCelebrate the beauty and romance of the Roses from now till 6 April only at Gardens by the Bay!

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Local Resident Rate Admission

One Conservatories

Two Conservatories

Adult

$12

$20

Senior Citizen

$8

$15

Child

$8

$12

Standard Rate Admission

Two Conservatories

Adult

$28

Senior Citizen

$28

Child

$15

The Flower Dome is open daily from 9:00am – 9:00pm

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