Rose Gardens

rose gardens

From their beginnings in the Eastern Mediterranean around 4000 years ago to Gardens everywhere - the Rose is one of our most popular plants.

From around 8 June there will be great displays of roses in Gardens across Britain although the season could be a week or two earlier.

If you want to know where to see roses this page is just for you.

You will find old fashioned scented roses, rambling roses and modern roses in borders, along trellises and in special gardens. We feature some of the best gardens to see them - just click on the link to obtain the details. One of our favourite rose gardens is at Mottisfont Abbey. If you time it right your trip will be just unforgettable. Check out the special evening openings in June. Why not take a break - we suggest places to stay nearby and even give guest reviews so that you can be confident when booking your accommodation.

If you know somewhere special to see roses which we have not listed please email us at info @greatbritishgardens.co.uk (re-type)

Pembroke Farm Garden

Pembroke Farm Garden

Hertfordshire

Pembroke Farm has a garden of surprises with a courtyard cafe.

Penshurst Place and Gardens near Tonbridge

Penshurst Place Gardens

Kent, A splendid 14th century Manor House, Penshurst Place is set in magnificent Tudor Gardens surrounded by gentle English Parkland.

The 3 acre Peter Beale Rose Garden

Peter Beales Roses

Norfolk, If you love roses and want to buy some to then the 3 acre rose garden at Peter Beale Roses is the place to visit

Powis Castle and Gardens

Powis Castle and Garden

Powys, This famous 17th century garden at Powis Castle was based on designs from William Winde.

Relaxing in Regents Park

Regents Park

Probably the best known London Park, with lakes, formal borders including roses.

Renishaw Hall Gardens

Renishaw Hall Gardens

Yorkshire, Renishaw Hall and Gardens - a great day out for lovers of historic houses and gardens

Rosemoor Garden

RHS Garden Rosemoor

Devon, Whatever the season, Rosemoor is a unique place that people return to time and again for ideas, inspiration or simply to enjoy a marvellous day out.

RHS Gardens Wisley

RHS Gardens Wisley

Surrey, An absolute must, the RHS Gardens at Wisley, are for the enthusiast offering ideas on design, innovation and cultivation techniques.

The Savill Garden near Windsor

Savill Garden, near Windsor

Surrey, The Savill Garden is a garden for all seasons covering 35 acres and giving colour through all the seasons.

Relaxing in the Sheffield Botanical Gardens

Sheffield Botanical Gardens

Yorkshire, Sheffield Botanical Gardens have been subject to a major restoration programme which was completed in 2005.

Sissinghurst Castle Garden

Sissinghurst Castle Garden

Kent, Sissinghurst Castle is one of the most famous and delightful gardens in the British Isles.

Speke Hall and Gardens

Speke Hall and Garden

Merseyside, Speke Hall and Gardens is just 5 miles from the centre of Liverpool and is one of the finest Tudor Mansions in England

Spetchley Park Gardens

Spetchley Park Gardens

Worcestershire, Go and enjoy one of England’s finest gardens at Spetchley Park

Sudeley Castle Gardens

Sudeley Castle and Gardens

Gloucestershire, 'The Queen of the Cotswolds', the garden at Sudeley Castle surrounds a fine Castle which was desecrated by Cromwell in the Civil War.

Syon Park and Garden

Syon Park Garden

London, Syon Park and Garden - On the Thames, there are 40 acres of gardens and the Historic House is also open.

The Japanese Gardens at Tatton Park

Tatton Park Gardens

Cheshire, These delightful Gardens at Tatton Park cover 50 acres. Much of the gardens were designed by Lewis Wyatt in the 1800s and are a collection of gardens within a garden.

The Dower House Garden

The Dower House

Shropshire, The Dower House Gardens occupy a l.5 acre site in a beautiful setting within the grounds of Morville Hall, near Bridgnorth in Shropshire.

The Garden House near Wrexham

The Garden House, Wrexham

Wrexham, The 5 acres of garden at The Garden House sit overlooking the Welsh river Dee on the Welsh/Shropshire border.

The Manor Garden, Hemingford Grey

The Manor Garden, Hemingford Grey

Cambridgeshire, The Manor at Hemingford Grey was recreated and made famous as the house of Green Knowe by Lucy Boston in her series of children's books, now regarded as classics.

Titsey Place Garden

Titsey Place and Gardens

Surrey, A hidden gem, this restored garden at Titsey Place is set in 18 acres hidden in the Surrey countryside.

Old Town Gardens Swindon

Town Gardens, Swindon

Wiltshire, Step back in time to this Victorian garden set in an old quarry which used to produce Portland stone.

Upton House Garden

Upton House Garden near Banbury

Warwickshire, The delightful gardens at Upton House surrounds a fine stone House built in 1695.

Waddesdon Manor and Garden showing the house, and formal red bedding plants on a sunny day

Waddesdon Manor Gardens, near Aylesbury

Buckinghamshire, The Gardens at Waddesdon Manor were created by Baron Ferdinand de Rothschild in the 1880s from a bare hilltop site.

Waterperry Gardens

Waterperry Garden, near Wheatley

Oxfordshire, Established by Beatrix Havergal in the 1930’s, the 8 acre ornamental gardens at Waterperry are a must visit.

Whalton Manor and Gardens

Whalton Manor Gardens

Northumberland, Whalton Manor has a beautiful private garden offering a rare opportunity to see a historically significant garden which has been lovingly restored and updated.

The lovely gardens at Wollerton Old Hall

Wollerton Old Hall Garden, Market Drayton

Shropshire, Wollerton Old Hall Garden has a long and colourful history.

Wyken Hall and Garden

Wyken Hall Gardens, near Bury St Edmunds

Norfolk, The garden at Wyken Hall has a series of old-style gardens which connect the old manor house to the surrounding countryside.

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