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  • Vital Volunteers! by Dave Squire

    sheiladearing on 27 Jul 2011 at 11:48 AM

    It’s no exaggeration to say that our RHS Rosemoor volunteers (all 80 of them!) are vital! We simply could not achieve what we do without them.


  • PLANTING LEEKS by Garry Preston

    sheiladearing on 11 Jul 2011 at 11:54 AM

    Leeks are traditionally raised in a specially prepared seedbed and transplanted later as young plants to their permanent site, but a Rosemoor we do things differently. We raise our young plants by sowing the seed direct into 7.5 litre pots and germinating them under glass. The ideal size for transplanting is when the young leeks are the size of a pencil.


  • Students at RHS Rosemoor

    sheiladearing on 07 Jul 2011 at 08:47 AM

    One of the questions frequently asked by our garden visitors is “Do you have students here?”
    Yes we do!

    Although we have work experience youngsters from school and older people on short term placements, sometimes from colleges; our main `gang of three` (this year Katie, Peter and James) arrive in September and stay for a year to study for the RHS Certificate in Practical Horticulture