National Geographic : 1946 Feb
© National Geographic Society Kodachrome byB.Anthony Stewart Despite Blast and Fire, Plymouth Kept Right on Growing Flowers Throughout the War Devon's mild, moist air produces blooms of singular brilliance. Devonshire violets are well known, and roses grow in profusion. This rose arbor, found inWestwell Street Park, makes a scented bower for pedestrians. There are many like it in and about Plymouth.