There is little to compare to the scent of a rose garden wafting on the breeze of on a warm summer's day. The rose gardens in and around Berkshire each have their own character and story as to how they came about.
Cliveden's Rose Garden includes over 900 repeat flowering roses in shades of red, orange and yellow that bloom from late June until September.
The Rose Garden at Greys Court is full of wonderful sights and scents as it comes into bloom throughout June. Find out what you can expect to enjoy on a visit to it this June.
Explore the Rose Garden at Basildon Park; a garden created by the Iliffes, and now being lovingly restored by the team at Basildon Park.
Mottisfont's walled gardens are home to the National Collection of pre-1900 old-fashioned roses, which are in full bloom just once a year. Visit us in late May - June and you'll be met with unsurpassed fragrance and colour from thousands of flowers.
Enjoy the delightful scent and rich colour from the crowds of roses at many of our finest National Trust gardens across the South East this summer.
Jonny Bass, Head Gardener at Mottisfont, explains how to make your own rose arch in an easy step by step guide.