Sites with Plant type / enviroment: Rose garden
England , Bristol
The rose garden is immediately to the south of the main hospital building.
Part/component of: Bristol Homeopathic Hospital
England , near Doncaster, South Yorkshire
A box-edged rose garden with a collection of Portland roses. Other features include an iron rose pergola.
Part/component of: Brodsworth Hall
England , Bushey
Bushey Rose Garden has a terrace and an area of open lawn.
England , Greater London
The present rose garden was laid out on the site in 1989 with rose beds and box hedges outlining the nave of Wren's church, with wooden towers representing the pillars that held up the roof.
England , Ashford
The rose garden features a combination of shrub roses and herbaceous planting. Mature willow trees surround a large formal lily pond.
Part/component of: Godinton Park
England , Hever
A 30-acre garden in Italianate style, designed by Joseph Cheal designed to display sculpture. One part is a rose garden, containing more than 3000 plants.
Part/component of: Hever Castle
England , Tunbridge Wells
A walled rose garden.
Part/component of: Hole Park, Rolvenden
England , Nr Faversham
Mount Ephraim contains two rose gardens. One is a large terraced rose garden which includes an ornamental fountain. The other, smaller, garden was planted to mark the new Millennium. Both feature a wide variety of species.
Part/component of: Mount Ephraim
England , Ravenshead, Nottinghamshire
The mid-20th-century Rose Garden has recently been restored.
Part/component of: Newstead Abbey
England , Paignton
This rose garden commemorates the Far Eastern Prisoners of World War 2. It features rose beds and a garden seat with a commemorative tablet in marble.
England , Sledmere, Driffield, East Yorkshire
A walled rose garden.
Part/component of: Sledmere House
Wales , Cardiff
This formal Victorian rose garden has geometric rose beds centred upon a terracotta tiled circular canal surrounding an arbour of bay. There is an avenue of limes at the south end of the garden, and a wrought iron gate in the west wall. It was restored with the help of the Welsh Historic Gardens Trust to celebrate its centenary in 1999. Roses were donated in comemmoration of loved ones, and plaques record the donors.
Part/component of: St Fagans Castle
England , Dowdeswell
St Michael's Church Rose Garden commemorates the 17 men of the parish who fell in World War 1 and World War 2. Each is represented by a rose bush, with a plaque for each at the roots.
England , Walton-on-Thames
This rose bed is a memorial to 20 men of the Welsh Guards Training Battalion who were killed through enemy action at this place in 1944. A memorial tablet gives the names and dates of the dead.