Shown in 2003, the rose garden at the Citrus Heights Civic Center (site of the old Fountain Square Nursery) was nationally recognized. The civic center will be demolished this fall to make way for a new medical center. Many of the roses went to the historic Rusch House, but the public was also invited to dig plants out and buy them.
Shown in 2003, the rose garden at the Citrus Heights Civic Center (site of the old Fountain Square Nursery) was nationally recognized. The civic center will be demolished this fall to make way for a new medical center. Many of the roses went to the historic Rusch House, but the public was also invited to dig plants out and buy them. Owen Brewer Sacramento Bee file
Shown in 2003, the rose garden at the Citrus Heights Civic Center (site of the old Fountain Square Nursery) was nationally recognized. The civic center will be demolished this fall to make way for a new medical center. Many of the roses went to the historic Rusch House, but the public was also invited to dig plants out and buy them. Owen Brewer Sacramento Bee file

Citrus Heights will build City Hall, knock down civic center

August 28, 2015 6:19 PM

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