A new report claims that people were unnecessarily harsh on Melania Trump’s criticism of the renovation of the White House Rose Garden.
Melania Trump’s renovation was discussed last year when she became the first lady of the United States earlier this month when NBC News presidential historian Michael Besselous shared a photo of the large-scale Rose Garden without flowers. Of was The former Floats office mocked the historian for redesigning and accused Beslos of sharing old photos, while also revealing a new photo that showed the garden was now fully open.
White House insiders now say it was wrong to criticize Bacillus and Melania because Rose Garden was in a terrible state before the controversial change. Sources claimed that the former garden was superficially beautiful, but the condition below is bad. Mail online.
According to a more than 200-page report by the White House Conservation Committee, the garden desperately needed years of deforestation and permanent replacement of trees, shrubs and plants. The outsider did irreparable damage. Two people involved in the new design revealed that the garden was left with only 11 real rose bushes when they decided to do it, and now there are more than 200. Killed many plants
One person who worked closely with the National Park Service on the renovation project said of the criticism, That was the original garden that Melania destroyed. ” [Trump]There was literally no real garden in decades. “
Gardeners at the National Park Service, who are responsible for caring for the garden, often dig up dead objects and replace them with vibrant, colorful, seasonal flowers and shrubs and occasional trees. “It was a permanent bait and switch,” the source said of the extensive replanting, explaining that it has always beautified the garden, causing irreparable damage to the soil and foundation from continuous work.
The biggest argument for Melania’s critics is the removal of ten-mile-long crab trees during the renovation, which they say destroyed the garden’s original charm. However, a senior White House staffer familiar with the matter noted that the trees have been replanted several times since 1962, at least twice before 2020.
The staff said, “Until the early 2000s, they were just too big. Too big for space,” adding that the trees were first replaced in 2019 for the Australian State Dinner, but “no one is sensible.” Was. “