Rosemoor

Gardening team from Rosemoor

The gardeners at Rosemoor talk about what happens behind the scenes at the garden in Devon

Rosemoor is a garden of intoxicating beauty, meticulously crafted and planted, retaining the essence of rural North Devon within a dramatic backdrop of steep wooded valley sides. The gardening team look after 65 acres of formal gardens, woodland gardens, lawns and fruit and veg gardens.

The gardeners have been blogging the past four years, giving readers an insight into their work in the garden.

Rosemoor's posts and conversations

  • SCARECROW FESTIVAL AT ROSEMOOR

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  • Tarting Up the Tatty and Replacing the Rotten by Andrew Lane

     

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  • Get Set – Get Sowing by Catherine Norman

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  • Not quite a hedge, but a 'Fedge' by Peter Earl

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  • Exploring South Africa by Peter Adams

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  • Ornamental Prunus are looking great!

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  • Horses for Courses - By Andrew Lane

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  • Breaking the Board....om of January by Peter Adams

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  • Magical Witch Hazels by James Shepherd

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  • No Hedge to High by John Bridge

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  • A Christmas Spruce by Andrew Lane

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  • Fencing in the Car Park by Sally Cosgrove

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  • Nuthatches in Lady Anne’s Garden by Penny King

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  • The British Pteridological Society comes to Rosemoor! Hoorah! by Penny King

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  • Apple Day

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  • Removal of the Box Hedges in the Queen Mother’s Rose Garden by James Shepherd

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  • Ferny Fun at Rowden Garden Nusery by Penny King

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  • No Milling About by David Perry

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  • Tomato Leaf Problems by Peter Adams

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  • Buzz and Rumble in the Rosemoor Jungle…. by John Bridge

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  • Pruning Vines at Rosemoor by Garry Preston

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  • Trials and Celebrations

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  • GAINING ON THE GASTROPODS by Garry Preston

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  • Aster La Vista Cotoneaster…by John Bridge

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  • A Task Not Without its Ups and Downs by Patrick Browne

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  • Ere! Ow did that hedge get so big!? by Dave Squire

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  • Out at last!

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  • Major Thinning of Bicentenary Arboretum by Rod Knight

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  • Natural Sculptures at Rosemoor

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  • News from the Mediterranean Garden by Susie Hauxwell

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  • Sculptures at Rosemoor by Dave Squire

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