Helen Round

Garden Manager - RHS Rosemoor

Not only do I work in a beautiful garden, but live in a wonderful location, perfect for walking my dog

I have worked for the Society for more than 20 years and have been lucky to work here during a period of rapid development – during which time I have become a Garden Manager. Not only do I work in a beautiful garden, but live in a wonderful location, perfect for walking my dog.

I enjoy walking and I am less than an hour's drive from two national parks; Dartmoor and Exmoor. I am also close to the South West coastal footpath with miles of stunning scenery, so I am spoilt for choice.

Helen's posts and conversations

  • First impressions count

    As garden visitor numbers hit record highs, it's time to smarten up our entrance

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  • On the board walk

    Winter is the time when we get small improvement projects under way in the garden

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  • Traditional summer delights

    Packed full of flowers, and bursting with bees and butterflies, the Cottage Garden is a summer

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  • The magic of meadows

    We’re taking advantage of a few predicted dry days to get on with cutting the hay meadows

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  • Enjoying our wildflower meadows

    Our wildflower meadows look great at the moment, encouraging plenty of wildlife and cutting dow

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  • Out with the old, in with the new

    May has brought low temperatures and cold winds, but Chelsea week generally means the last fros

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  • Spreading the love

    A little kindness in spring is amply rewarded later in the year, so spring sees the gardeners m

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  • Ready, steady, sow!

    There's a lot to be said for planning ahead with your seeds if you want to yield good resul

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  • Snowdrops galore at Rosemoor

    These pure-white flowers are a first sign that spring will soon be in the air

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  • Autumn joy

    As we're busy planting bulbs for the spring, it's time to look up and enjoy autumn colo

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  • Clipping conifers to combat cancer

    Formal gardening meets pharmaceuticals as the hedge trimming season comes to a close

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  • It’s a kind of magic – meadow magic!

    Wonderful things are happening in the grass at RHS Garden Rosemoor...

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