- This article is about the location, Rose's Fountain. For the song see Rose's Fountain (song).
And, in the center of the garden: Rose's Fountain, overflowing with your mother's healing lacrimal essence...
|—Pearl, "An Indirect Kiss"|
Rose's Fountain is a sacred sanctuary powered by the healing tears of Rose Quartz. The tears have the power to heal cracked gems, among other physical ailments.
Rose's Fountain, while left untended, is encircled in a dome-like structure of brambles. The fountain itself is located in the middle of a garden, and a giant Rose Quartz statue stands at its center on a star-shaped pedestal. Four life-sized Rose statues surround the central sculpture, and the fountain is filled with Rose's light pink healing tears. The tears pour from the statue's eyes into the pool below.
After the fountain begins flowing again, the brambles bloom into pink roses, leaving the garden open-aired, and roses flutter down blanketing the fountain and garden.
- Bramble, which commonly refers to the rough, tangled prickly bush of the blackberry (Rubus fruticosus), belongs to the plant family Rosaceae, or the rose family.
- Pearl described the fountain as "Rose's most sacred sanctuary".
- This is the first time Rose appears as something other than a picture.
- In "Attack the Light," the Rose's Tear and Vial of Rose's Tears item both revive a Gem that has lost all of their Harmony.
- This is the second time one of Rose's plants has bloomed into a pink flora, with the first being Rose's Moss in "Lars and the Cool Kids".
- On both occasions the now-alive vegetation reacted with apparent hostility towards anyone coming near it, possibly as a result of the loss of Rose's guiding influence.
- In "An Indirect Kiss", Steven thought he activated the Fountain, and had saved Amethyst. In the end it was Garnet and Pearl unclogging a drain that sorted it out.