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  • rhs.org.uk/rosemoorRHS Registered Charity No: 222879/SC038262Images: RHS (Buttercup field image Roy Riley).

    About the RHSWe hope you have a great day out at RHS Garden Rosemoor. Your visit allows us to continue our research programmes, support gardening communities and encourage children to discover the joys of gardening.

    Make the most of member benefitsEnjoy more than 150 great family days out for free. With four world-class RHS Gardens and Partner Gardens across the UK, what to do at the weekend has just been decided.

    Opening Times10am 6pm (5pm October March) Last entry one hour before closing. Closed Christmas Day.

    rhs.org.uk/rosemoor

    RHS GARDEN ROSEMOOR

    Garden Map

    Upper

    Woodland Walk

    Shelter

    Shelter

    Car Park

    Car Park

    Bicentenary Arboretum

    Upper BogGarden

    Arboretum

    Fruit Field Orchard

    StreamField

    Gazebo

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    E

    S

    W

    ENTRANCE

    Linhay

    Lower Woodland Walk

    Darkham Wood

    Shaded Woodland Parking

    CobShelter

    EventBuilding

    The Underpass

    Reading RoomShop and Plant CentreRestaurant

    Steps

    CafPicnic AreaChildrens Play AreaViewpoint

    ICON KEY:

    Toilets/Disabled facilities/ Baby changing facilities

    A4 Crop

    F

    T

    G

    H I

    P

    M

    O L N

    Q

    ED

    A

    J

    K

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    RB

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    KEY:

    A Queen Mothers Rose GardenB C

    Model Gardens

    D Winter Garden

    E Spiral Garden

    F Hot Garden

    G Shrub Rose Garden

    H Herb, Potager and Cottage Gardens

    I Foliage and Plantsmans Garden

    J Long Border

    K L

    Stream Garden and Rock Gully

    M

    Fruit and Vegetable Garden

    N

    Cherry Garden

    O

    Croquet Lawn

    P

    Woodland Garden

    Q

    Stone Garden

    R

    Mediterranean Garden

    S

    Exotic Garden

    T

    Forest Garden

    Allotment AreaLecture Hall

    Garden Highlights

    MOBILITY VEHICLE AND WHEELCHAIR ACCESS

    VISITOR EMERGENCY CONTACT NUMBER

    Both available on-site. Steps are clearly labelled on the Map. Elsewhere some gentle slopes may be encountered and surfaces could be soft in wet weather.

    01805 626817

    Peter BuckleyTeaching Gardens

    The BrashPlay Area

    The CopsePlay Area

    Lady AnnesHistoric Garden

    Free Garden

    Map

    Great days out for every seasonIn early spring drifts of snowdrops light up even the dullest of days. Early camellias, glorious magnolias, rhododendrons and azaleas burst into flower. Later English bluebells adorn the woodland fringe and fruit tree blossom is buzzing with insects.

    In summer the finest collection of roses in the South West, with over 2,000 plants, provide an astonishing fusion of beauty and perfume.

    In late summer the stunning Hot Garden comes into its own with vibrant hues of purple, yellow and orange colour that stretches into the sensational autumn splendour of Acer, Liquidambar and a National Collection of Cornus.

    Rosemoor continues to enchant visitors when the Winter and Foliage Gardens are filled with a surprisingly intoxicating combination of colour, fragrance and texture.

    We offer an exciting range of events throughout the year, for the full schedule pick up a leaflet or go to rhs.org.uk/rosemoor

    ShoppingFind a range of gardening accessories and local artisan foods in the Shop. Browse and buy from our huge range of high quality plants including many RHS Award of Garden Merit plants.

    Food and drinkDelicious seasonal menus, full of quality local and garden produce, prepared by the Rosemoor chef. Try traditional Devon Cream Teas presented on high tea stands in our Wisteria tea room.

    RHS Garden RosemoorGreat Torrington, Devon EX38 8PHTel: 0845 265 8072

  • Upper

    Woodland Walk

    Shelter

    Shelter

    Car Park

    Car Park

    Bicentenary Arboretum

    Upper BogGarden

    Arboretum

    Fruit Field Orchard

    StreamField

    Gazebo

    N

    E

    S

    W

    ENTRANCE

    Linhay

    Lower Woodland Walk

    Darkham Wood

    Shaded Woodland Parking

    CobShelter

    EventBuilding

    The Underpass

    Reading RoomShop and Plant CentreRestaurant

    Steps

    CafPicnic AreaChildrens Play AreaViewpoint

    ICON KEY:

    Toilets/Disabled facilities/ Baby changing facilities

    A4 Crop

    F

    T

    G

    H I

    P

    M

    O L N

    Q

    ED

    A

    J

    K

    S

    RB

    C

    KEY:

    A Queen Mothers Rose GardenB C

    Model Gardens

    D Winter Garden

    E Spiral Garden

    F Hot Garden

    G Shrub Rose Garden

    H Herb, Potager and Cottage Gardens

    I Foliage and Plantsmans Garden

    J Long Border

    K L

    Stream Garden and Rock Gully

    M

    Fruit and Vegetable Garden

    N

    Cherry Garden

    O

    Croquet Lawn

    P

    Woodland Garden

    Q

    Stone Garden

    R

    Mediterranean Garden

    S

    Exotic Garden

    T

    Forest Garden

    Allotment AreaLecture Hall

    Garden Highlights

    MOBILITY VEHICLE AND WHEELCHAIR ACCESS

    VISITOR EMERGENCY CONTACT NUMBER

    Both available on-site. Steps are clearly labelled on the Map. Elsewhere some gentle slopes may be encountered and surfaces could be soft in wet weather.

    01805 626817

    Peter BuckleyTeaching Gardens

    The BrashPlay Area

    The CopsePlay Area

    Lady AnnesHistoric Garden

    RHS GARDEN ROSEMOORGarden Map

    SpringDrifts of Snowdrops and Bluebells, early Camellias, glorious Magnolias and Rhododendrons burst into flower.

    SummerThe finest collection of Roses in the South-West, with over 2,000 plants, provide an astonishing fusion of beauty and perfume.

    AutumnHot Garden vibrant hues of purple, yellow and orange and the sensational splendour of Acer, Liquidambar and Cornus.

    WinterWinter and Foliage Gardens are filled with a surprising intoxicating combination of colour, fragrance and texture.

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