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  • Snowdrops galore at Rosemoor

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

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  • Learning to climb

    By Caroline James
    RHS Garden Rosemoor's experienced arboriculture team show trainee horticulturist Caroline ...

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  • Brand new woodland trees

    By Rodney Knight
    RHS Garden Rosemoor's lower woodland walk will see a change of tree ...

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  • January's Plant of the Month

    By RHS Gardener
    Christmas box is a shrub every gardener should grow – preferably by a door or pathway so ...

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  • Say it with sculpture

    By David Squire
    I have always loved the idea of using sculpture in the garden – any garden...

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  • Sprucing up the Winter Garden

    By James Shepherd
    We're giving RHS Garden Rosemoor a tidy so that its wintry delights can be shown off to ...

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  • From little acorns…

    By Sheila Dearing
    ...a new woodland grows. Our long-term project will create a beautiful native habitat for ...

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  • A flurry of changes for the roses at ...

    By Philip Scott
    After many years, the Queen Mother's Rose Garden is in need of a bit of rejuvenation

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  • December's Plant of the month

    By RHS Gardener
    Grown for many a long year here at RHS Garden Rosemoor, Cornus alba ...

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  • Forestry marketing foray

    By David Perry
    With more than 100 acres of woodland there's always some on-going forestry management ...

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  • Gunnera hunker down for the winter

    By James Shepherd
    The impressive giant rhubarb plants at RHS Garden Rosemoor receive some timely winter care

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  • ‘Tis the Season…for ...

    By Penny King
    What a lovely surprise when we recently discovered a group of fly agaric trooping their colour ...

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