It may be too late to get tickets for the RHS Chelsea Flower Show but there is still plenty visitors can do to get into the Chelsea mood at RHS Garden Rosemoor. The garden is looking wonderful with cheerful daffodils, woodlanders such as Trilliums, alliums, and fresh new growth unfurling in the Rock Gully. The many fruit trees are putting on exquisite blossom displays, too.
If you were thinking about seeing the show gardens at Chelsea take a trip to the model gardens at Rosemoor instead. They share a similar focus on garden design and future similarly intricate planting.
Irises are also set to be a huge trend at Chelsea this year and Rosemoor is absolutely packed with water irises and Iris ensata. And finally Roses, always popular at Chelsea and especially so this year as English rose breeder David Austin Roses prepare to launch four splendid new varieties. Rosemoor is the South West’s largest stockist of David Austin Roses and it’s rose gardens are famed throughout the world for their beauty.
So if you’re a green-fingered garden lover but haven’t been able to get tickets to Chelsea this year, come along to Rosemoor and get in the Chelsea mood.
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