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RHS Garden Rosemoor

Royal Horticultural Society attraction set in a steep wooded valley, with restaurant and tea room.

The original garden at RHS Garden Rosemoor was created by Lady Anne Berry, and is a true plantsman's garden. The whole of Rosemoor is surrounded by woodland, and the acidic soil and valley-bottom location proffer their own challenges, as despite a generally mild climate, the garden is subject to frosts from October through to May.

Highly ornamental gardens with shrubs, roses, perennials and bulbs were established during the first ten years of the gardens' life, and now the emphasis has shifted to more extensive, long-term projects. For example, the surrounding woodlands have been purchased and are being carefully managed to reintroduce native trees and wild flowers - and of course encourage wildlife. Here we share some the highlights of RHS Garden Rosemoor.

Stream and rock gully

The stream runs alongside the main pathway leading to Lady Anne’s Garden, it was landscaped using boulders to achieve the effect of walking through a deep rock gully.

Woodland garden

The woodland garden and woodland banks sit on a steep west-facing slope and form part of Lady Anne’s original garden. The planting features a huge variety of ornamental woodland trees and shrubs.

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  • RHS Garden Rosemoor
  • Torrington
  • Devon
  • EX38 8PH

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