Thursday, 30 May 2013

Rosemoor RHS Garden in North Devon is Glorious

The Royal Horticultural Society certainly know how to organise interesting plantings and features in their gardens. Rosemoor is a lovely garden near Great Torrington, not that far from the M5. It is strangely bisected by a road, but it doesn't seem to intrude, and there's an underpass to enable easy access to both parts.
Here's a taster of what there is to see:
 The frist thing i saw was this greenhouse beautifully set up with a colourful display of alpines.
Glorious Wisteria was in bloom
And I think this is an Azalea
Below a rhodedendron
There were quite a few Meconopsis in flower
 And some gorgeous examples of pots like this one below:
 Here's a few of one of the formal gardens with Camassia looking wonderful
There were also some lovely structures like this arch in a wall:
And Rosemoor house:

And rather fancy arbours:
And a great sundial:
For more information have a look at:www.rhs.org.uk/Rosemoor


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