Judy
Rodmarton Manor

Situated in the village of Rodmarton, near Cirencester, this large, stately home was one of the last to be built and furnished by hand, by local craftsmen, using local materials.

The 8 acre garden is designed as a series of outdoor rooms, with magnificent views over the Gloucestershire countryside. The snowdrop collection is spaced out in various rooms and most are well labelled.

 

Some snowdrops that caught my eye

G. “Brenda Troyle”

 

G. elwesii “Margaret Biddulph”

 

G. “Primrose Warburg”

 

G. “Spindlestone Surprise”

 

G. “Rodmarton Aldebaran”

 

G. “Rodmarton Arcturus”

 

G. woronowii “Rodmarton Capella”

 

G. “Rodmarton Regulas”

 

G. “Rodmarton Sirius”

 

There were two clumps of plants with the same label

G. “Rodmarton Sirius”

 

Leucojum

All images on this site are protected by copyright.

[Home] [About Us] [Plant Profiles] [Cultivation] [Propagation] [Problems] [Snowdrop Scenes] [Colesbourne Park] [East Lambrook Manor Gardens] [Cerney House Gardens] [Myddleton House] [Coton Manor Garden] [Churches] [RHS London Show 2010] [Evenley Wood Gardens] [Deene Park] [My Garden] [Anglesey Abbey] [The Garden House] [Painswick Rococo Garden] [Chippenham Park] [Rodmarton Manor] [Easton Walled Gardens] [Links] [Contact Us] [How to Order]