The Rose Garden at the Beijing Botanical Garden was built in 1993 and is the largest rose garden in the north of China It has a collection of 53,300 plants and 1598 cultivars.
It is a large-scale rose garden that integrates display, scientific research and education. Gathered in the garden are different types of roses such as original species, heritage and modern roses, each grown in a special area. In the exhibition section of the heritage roses, original species, varieties and ancient cultivars are on display following their evolutionary course. In the display area of modern roses, Hybrid Teas, Floribundas, Climbers, Groundcover roses, Miniatures and Shrub rose are exhibited according to the categorization system of modern roses. In the sunken garden, different cultivars of Floribunda roses are grown according to their various colors.