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  • Google Street View Trike pays a visit to Rosemoor!

    Rosemoor Garden on 25 Sep 2009 at 01:37 PM

    Super fit Google Maps tryclist Rhys, and his Google Street View trike, visited Rosemoor this Thursday and Friday, to take photographs of the entire garden which will show up on Google Street View searches in the future. The initiative will put Rosemoor right on the virtual map, tempting people at home and abroad to explore the garden in an exciting new way.

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  • A Taste of Autumn

    Rosemoor Garden on 23 Sep 2009 at 11:10 AM

    It’s that time of year again! RHS Garden Rosemoor is getting ready for its ‘Taste of Autumn’ festival, which this year runs from 26 September – 26 October. The month will be dedicated to championing local produce, autumn flavours and growing your own veg through a series of special Garden events.

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  • Mice Create a Stir in the Hot Garden!

    Rosemoor Garden on 18 Sep 2009 at 11:37 AM

    It's not just the visitors at Rosemoor that are taking advantage of the warm weather this September: Some of our furry friends are making the most of it too!

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  • BLIGHT ON GLASSHOUSE TOMATOES

    Rosemoor Garden on 14 Sep 2009 at 01:37 PM

    For the last few years we have suffered from blight on our glasshouse tomatoes. Prior to that it was very unusual to get blight in the house. It appeared this year on the 6th August. There are supposed to be more aggressive strains of blight around now and this could be the cause of our problem.

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  • BAD YEAR FOR WASPS

    Rosemoor Garden on 10 Sep 2009 at 11:26 AM

    For the last two or three years we have had very little trouble from wasps but this year we have been plagued by them especially on the fruit. 

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  • Around the World in 80 Instruments

    Rosemoor Garden on 03 Sep 2009 at 11:39 AM

    Australia week (17th – 23rd August), part of our Global Planthunter Adventures theme for the summer, was a great success with action packed events and activities happening everyday. The creepy crawly shows have had kids and parents on the edge of their seats and other novelties such as face painting and magic shows all added to the fun.

    My focus was on the Wednesday when, with the help of my brother Rich and friend Tristan, I hosted two open musical sessions throughout the day, where visitors to the garden were encouraged to join in. The event was supposed to be held in our new picnic area in ‘The Brash’, but due to rainy weather, it took place in the lecture hall. Both sessions were well attended, so ‘No Worries’ either way

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