The Fruit and Vegetable Garden offers plenty of ideas for the home gardener, and never more so than at harvest time, when the work of the past season comes to fruition.
Planted in ‘meadow-esque’ style, the Hot Garden features repeated blocks of Monarda Prairie Night, Helenium ‘Sahin’s Early Flowerer’, Crocosmia x crocosmiiflora ‘Star of the East’ and Lobelia ‘Hadspen Purple’ to create a spectacular, unified effect.
The Stone Garden was designed back in the 1930s and in autumn the acers here come into their own, showing off their fiery tints.
Sun-loving container plants and climbers bathe in the autumn sunshine on a warm wall at Rosemoor House.
The apples in the Orchard are at their best now – did you know you can buy cider made by local producers from our apples in the Rosemoor shop?
The rich scents and colours of the Upper Woodland Walk make this a magical place in autumn, and the thinning canopy allows increasing views over Rosemoor House and across the valley.
The Stream and Rock Gully is enhanced by the autumnal colours of the trees that are planted alongside the water.
The Foliage Garden and beautiful autumn light show that you don't need flowers to create colour in the garden.
As the trees start to show off their autumn wardrobe, it's the perfect time to come and explore Rosemoor.