Lavender and rose days are held on Saturdays and Sundays in the herb garden of the University of Szeged, with concerts, performances, folk music and dance demonstrations, children's programs, plant fairs, directors, handicrafts and gastronomic delicacies. in the herb and spice garden of the arboretum, visitors can admire ten types of lavender from the white-flowered to the pink, from the Pannonhalma to the Tihany version. They make a special effort to always acquire new species that are well distinguishable for their guests as well. The bushes of the running roses, up to two meters high, laden with flowers, bloom from afar and fill the air with a sweet scent, true to the Renaissance roses. Inside the rose garden, in each bed, large, fragrant flowering tea-rose hybrids, miniature roses, and many varieties of polyantha roses at the end of the shoot also attract photography.
The rose garden collection features it continues behind the rose garden, and contains two dozen varieties of roses with a long history, which were bred before 1867. This year, the first tea hybrid, named La France, bred by Jean-Baptiste André Guillot, became known, and newer and newer varieties appeared.
they can admire it, but they can also take lavender stalks and other exotic and perennials home from the plant.
The two-day event offers an attractive program for all ages. The lectures will focus on the beneficial effects of lavender, herbs and spices, historical roses, and the secrets of soap-making and beekeeping.
The National Theater of Szeged and the Szeged Symphony will perform among others. orchestra, the Meszecsinka Duo, István and Zoltán Benedekfi, and Edina Szirtes Mókus and Jammal. Children are entertained by the Grimm Bus Theater and the Snail Duo.