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Rosemoor Gardens are open again.

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It was lovely to be able to return to Rosemoor. We had to book our slot to get in but once we were in, we could stay as long as long as we liked.

I shall take you to some different areas.

Pretty meadows.

Watery places

Kitchen Garden

Beautiful rose gardens

We bought 3 plants for £10 at the plant shop having seen them as we wandered around the gardens. There are 2 polemoniums and one lychnis.

We shall book our next slot very soon!

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Looks as if you had the place to yourselves. Thank you for letting me accompany you. I am intrigued about what the plant is in the pond pot within the pond, with black label.

12 Jun, 2020

 

How lovely for you to return Chris...It looks very natural and obviously before the downpours. Were there many people there?
I'm wondering whether the Garden House will be doing the same.

12 Jun, 2020

 

I am not sure Siris but have made a note to find out when we go back in 10 days time.

12 Jun, 2020

 

Lovely blog, I've never been so really love to see members photographs of their visits, thankyou W'rose....

12 Jun, 2020

 

Meadowland, it wasn't too crowded at all as there is plenty of room for us to spread out.
The Garden House is open on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays but you have to book your slot before you go.

Lincslass, it is a nice garden to visit because the scale isn't too large.

12 Jun, 2020

 

Love Rosemoor and the Garden House. Lucky you, being close enough to visit. Enjoyed your photos. I particularly like the water trough.

13 Jun, 2020

 

Chris, thank you so much for showing us around RHS Rosemoor again. Believe it or not, it was five years ago, in August, when we met up with Sandra, Carole and yourselves. The years are speeding by ... :o(

13 Jun, 2020

 

Thanks for this Chris, almost like being there, which I haven't, but would love to:-)

13 Jun, 2020

 

I place to dream about. I've enjoyed the tour completely. Thank You.

13 Jun, 2020

 

Anget, it has been a wonderful place to be able to visit throughout the seasons and we never grow tired of it.

BA, If you do come, let me know and I'll meet you there - two metres apart and all that!

Shirley, it really is hard to believe that it was 5 years ago when we all met but I can remember it so clearly - wasn't it lovely?!!

Bathgate, thank you for your very kind words.

13 Jun, 2020

 

Thank you for the grand tour,Chris,it look to be a delightful place,and if only we could have also visited ,when we all met up ..I can't believe it's five years ago either.
I'm so glad you enjoyed your day,out,and many more to come,hopefully. Enjoy your new plants too,I love Lychnis,and Polemoniums too.I've had mine many years,so you should easily get your money's worth :o)

13 Jun, 2020

 

Bloomer I have just sent you a very long message and it suddenly disappeared!
It is SO infuriating when that happens! I will try again tomorrow!
Glad that the new plants should be a success. I shall think of you when I plant them.

13 Jun, 2020

 

Thank you for the interesting tour Wildrose. I don't suppose we'll ever get over there so it was good to see the photos. I especially envied to rhubarb forcers and the pond pots - never seen pots as features in a pond before. (The plants were good too,lol...)

13 Jun, 2020

 

As with you I really enjoyed my day out at rosemoor and there is so much to see. Social distancing was handled very well without being in your face. I really enjoyed the walk through where all the sculptures and old tree stump/roots were. I think you could really let a vivid imagination run wild and make them into anything that your mind desired.

15 Jun, 2020

 

Rosemoor is just my kind of garden, unfortunately it's too far away from us to pay a visit. We only have Harlow Carr here in West Yorkshire and much of it is too formal for my liking, although there is a nice woodland walk.
Thank you for allowing us to come with you on your stroll around and thank you for taking such smashing pics.

15 Jun, 2020

 

Stera - I liked the rhubarb forcers very much too, they beat our old dustbin any day!

Davey - glad you enjoyed your visit too. There are lots of places where children can play and use their imagination. Those old tree stumps are great!

Waddy - maybe one day you will end up down this way and will be able to go to Rosemoor. Bring Bloomer with you!!
It is just the right scale for me!

15 Jun, 2020

 

Now that would be an interesting threesome Chris,:o) ha ha.x

15 Jun, 2020

 

Yes indeed Bloomer!

15 Jun, 2020

 

Thank you for the tour Chris. I wish we lived nearer to you as there are not many places to visit here !
The gardens are beautiful ! xx

16 Jun, 2020

 

I wish you lived nearer to me too! We could wander round together or join Bloomer and Waddy!!

16 Jun, 2020

 

Oh Chris wouldn't that be wonderful?!

17 Jun, 2020

 

It definitely would Chris !

17 Jun, 2020

 

Keep the plan at the back of your minds.......maybe one day?!!

17 Jun, 2020

 

I shall keep my diary free for such a day,Chris ..:o) xx

17 Jun, 2020

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