Royal National Rose Society – Garden of the Rose
As the gardens mature and improve every year we can compare the growth as the images here show
Wheelchair-friendly :- our new gardens have been designed with wide, wheelchair-friendly paths. We also have a small number of wheelchairs for visitors use on a first-come-first-served basis.
Well behaved dogs are welcome but must be kept on a lead at all times.
Garden highlights include:
The Royal National Rose Society aim to have a garden which members can enjoy and feel proud of, one that attracts visitors and promotes the rose. Like all gardens, ours is a 'work in progress' and the intention is to continue to develop the Society’s garden so that it becomes the premier rose garden in Britain.
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click on pergola image for earlier view
Welcome to the Garden . . . following photographs courtesy of and copyrighted to Peter Jennings FRPS
The roses are covering the pergola
The new ponds are getting established, water lilies are now in bloom
and the ponds are attracting wildlife
Members and visitors inspect the new roses in the RNRS Trial Grounds