Tuesday 2 June – 11am-1.30pm
Old roses tumble from walls, climb over arches and the Bourbons and Gallicas find their place in the formal borders at West Green House. Wild Scottish roses grow beside ponds and there is a good collection of the roses made fashionable in the 1920’s and 30’s. Walk the gardens with Simon Hickmott who is the growing expert and Marylyn who does the selection and designing here and they will discuss the foibles and needs of these roses.
11am coffee, garden walk and talk, then lunch with wine