Lady Anne’s Rosemoor

On of my favourite parts of Rosemoor is Lady Anne’s garden. She was the previous owner of Rosemoor, and in 1988 she donated her 8 acre garden and another 32 acres of land to the RHS. For this post I’m choosing some of Septembers loveliest flowers.

So, have you any idea which might be my favourite plant?

If you would like to know what any of the plants are, I remember most of them and I know a blogger who will know the ones I can’t recall!


19 thoughts on “Lady Anne’s Rosemoor

  1. All of these are fabulously colorful … BUT … I believe the purple one with the bee is your favorite. I have no idea what the name of it is. I love the way the ends are in the shape of little trumpets. Do you think the other flowers can hear it play a tune???? ~~~ : – )

  2. Well, Gilly, I don’t recognize any of them, but I know you love purple, so I’ll guess the next to last one is your favorite! They’re all beautiful, and all such different shapes and colors, and I notice the bees and other bugs love them too – must be a nice healthy garden. 😉

  3. Thanks for the link – you know I don’t believe that I have seen a toad lily before, but I have been to Rosemoor in the spring. Lovely garden. I’m guessing ther whirligig osteospermum is your favourite – well it is mine 😀

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