Initially, 17,256 Rose Plants of 1919 Varieties were planted. Later on in the ensuing year's new varieties taking the plant population to 27,000 comprising 4000 varieties. The collection includes Floribunda, Polyantha, Miniature, Hybrid Tea and Creepers. Gradually, it is proposed to increase the number of varieties by introducing new ones from different centers in India and abroad. The garden includes major attractions such as arches, bowers, umbrellas, fountains, Nilamaadam, viewpoints and Gazebos. The entire Rose Garden is on a steep slope. The landscape has been developed in such a way that the entire Rose Garden will be visible when one stands in the four viewpoints of the garden. Recently, a Heritage Rose section was established exclusively with the oldest varieties of Roses evincing academic interest. There are five terraces in the Garden. The first terrace situated just below the approach road and has a miniature rose gallery. The second terrace being the largest terrace is the main feature of the garden. The slope on the upper side is beautifully landscaped with green grass, foliage, and flowering plants. This terrace accommodates important and popular varieties of rose plants. The latest varieties were planted here by grouping this based on shades like Vermillion, White, Yellow, Blue, Red, Pink, Mixed, Bicolour, etc., Roses were planted on either side of the terrace leaving center part as lawn, which is the living area of the garden. There is a Nilamaadam on the second terrace from where the entire Rose Garden can be viewed. Garden structures like arches, bower, benches, rose umbrellas, rose tunnel and four viewpoints have been established in this terrace in vantage points in such a way that they blend well with the landscape. When the roses are in full bloom, tourists can spend hours in this terrace admiring the diversity and beauty of rose cultivators in different colors, shapes, and sizes with a pleasant fragrance.