The rose garden at Palmer Gardens College in Islington is proving popular with students and community groups alike, according to the Wiltshire Times.
The Shaw Trust, a local charity that helps disadvantaged people pick up skills also use the green patch and garden manager Mark Bradbury said the college plans to continue with improvements.
"We very much want to further enhance the established gardens, which are open for the public to enjoy," he told the newspaper.
"Having already added a national Anemone collection, we were missing the nations favourite – the rose."
He explained that students at the college use the garden as part of their training and said he was delighted at its dual purpo