RHS Gardens Rosemoor
Rosemoor in North Devon is one of the Royal Horticultural Society’s principal gardens. Developed by Lady Anne Palmer in the 1960s and 1970s it was gifted to the RHS in 1988. In this very varied garden highlights now include the stream and rock gully, the woodland garden, the fruit and veg garden, the hot garden, the cottage garden and the stone garden.
All in cost is £23 per person except for members of the RHS who can enter the garden free on presentation of their membership card. In some cases, RHS members can also take a friend or relative in with them free. If you are planning to do this, please indicate it on the booking form. Cost for those using RHS membership cards will be £13. We will be leaving Sidmouth Triangle at 9.30am. Booking closes on 31st May.