The visitors will be able to access all three parts of the garden – rectangular, long and circular – apart from the spiritual garden, herbal garden and bonsai garden.
Long rows of dark pink “Modern Art” roses juxtaposed with white, full-bodied “Ice Berg”, patches of daisies, tulips and lilies mark the onset of the spring ahead of the annual “Udyanotsav” at the historical Mughal Gardens.
The iconic garden at the heart of the President’s Estate is opened to public from February 5.
Over 10,000 Tulip bulbs, 138 types of roses and 70 different kinds of about 5,000 seasonal flowers will welcome the visitors to the garden.
Known for its exotic and rare rose varieties, the garden this year boasts of “Grace de Monaco” rose, which was planted by Prince Albert II of Monaco last year.