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Nestled in a Devon valley, Rosemoor blends formal and informal plantings to magical effect. Nestled in a Devon valley, Rosemoor blends formal and informal plantings to magical effect.
The Garden Manager role is very varied and full of challenges - no two days are the same.
I am a career changer - after being in agricultural business I decided horticulture was for me at 30 and retrained in garden design at Pershore College. After two years part-time study whilst working for a landscaper I followed my parents into a landscaping business back here in my native Devon, which I ran for a further 3 years.
The job coming up at Rosemoor coincided with starting a family so I decided to opt for employment so I could be around for them growing up! The Garden Manager role is very varied and full of challenges, from drawing up plant lists to monitoring the temperature averages in our compost heaps to organising staff work schedules - no two days are the same.
Future-proofing our pest-proofing
Giving the linhay a lift
Guarding our trees and shrubs at Rosemoor is an essential part of our maintenance regime
A traditional West Country building, the linhay is receiving continued improvements to preserve
Join us as we finish an exciting new project to transform the plantings at the entrance t
A local nursery inspired the creation of a raised pond. Thanks to a member's donation, we c
Since planting 10,500 birch trees in our woodlands this winter, we here at Rosemoor have been b
Gardening inspiration can come from the most unlikely sources. Here, firmly in Devon clay, part
With more than 100 acres of woodland there's always some on-going forestry management requi
As the garden bids farewell to its poppy display, there's plenty of work to be done
Growing poppies at Rosemoor to commemorate the centenary of the start of the First World War ha
The Royal Horticultural Society is the UK’s leading gardening charity. We aim to enrich everyone’s life through plants, and make the UK a greener and more beautiful place.