Friday 14th, Saturday 15th and Sunday 16th June, 11am to 5pm
(Free entry to HHA members on these days. Telegraph Subscribers offer, Art Fund offer and CPRE offer are all valid during this time).
The gardens are spectacular through spring, summer and autumn but it is in June that the fragrant, colour themed plantings of roses are at their best. Our gardeners will be leading rose walks around the gardens on Friday, Saturday and Sunday giving advice on the growing and care of roses.
gardens impressive displays of colour themed roses
are interplanted with cream foxgloves, lilies, lavenders
and other complementary plants. Pathways are lined
with low growing roses mixed with Perovskia and Agapanthus
and the mid-Victorian greenhouse is adorned with graceful
climbers, as is the front of the Manor.
The Rose Garden,
designed and planted in 1990, is an area within the
Walled Garden of formally planted roses bordered
with box hedges and espaliered pear trees, which are
underplanted with roses to create the Rose Walk.
There will be over 90 different varieties of roses on display - including three varieties that were new to Pashley in 2012. The rich, red Peter Beales is a single flowered, scented bush rose which will be in the beds in front of the shop welcoming visitors to the gardens. Dublin Bay, a single flowered, red climbing rose, will be a short distance away - trained up the notice board as you enter the herbaceous borders. Parade, dark pink and double flowered, will be climbing up the obelisks in box hedged Rose Garden. There will also be the opportunity to purchase or order a selection of Peter Beales Roses - winners of 19 Chelsea Gold Medals.
Shop, well-known for its high quality and diverse
range of goods, will be stocked with rose-themed