June 12, 2014
the rose garden, anglesey abbey
Anglesey Abbey is one of my favourite National Trust gardens. We have visited many times, walking through the wildflower meadow, formal herbaceous gardens and along the river to the working watermill.
There are are almost 100 acres of extensive gardens to explore, but this time we headed straight for the rose garden… and what a treat it was!
The most beautiful hues of creams, pinks, peaches and pale yellows awaited us… glorious blooms from bush roses to climbing varieties.
We promptly visited our local garden centre on the way home and bought a climbing rose for the front of the house… I'm really looking forward to seeing it bloom.
Joining in with Annie's 'how does your garden grow'.