Clematis listings Climbing Plants Rambling Roses Tender shrubs, perennials and Bulbs Events and Plant sales About the garden with pictures Location Map and directions Terms and conditions for mail order customers page of assorted links Return to Home page

ROSELAND HOUSE GARDEN & NURSERY

Bomarea edulis (syn B. hirtella)
 
and a more recent 2014 clip from "Gardeners World"
 
WELCOME


Run by
Charlie & Liz Pridham
Roseland House,
Chacewater, Truro,
Cornwall, TR4 8QB
ENGLAND

Phone:
01872 560451

Email:

charlie@roselandhouse.co.uk

Garden advice
 There is much already contained on the web site. New gardeners may find some specific tips for them here

and here a short article on vertical gardening

Descriptive pages of climbing and conservatory plants with pictures

Clematis list with pictures

Climbers list with pictures

Rose listings with pictures

Shrubs, Perennials, Bulbs

 
 
 
The Nursery
Located in the garden is our small specialist nursery, a Mail order catalogue of the climbing and conservatory plants is available
(you can cut n paste & print)
Availabilty and price list

If you need more information about the plants please have a look at the descriptive sections above. The Nursery is open April to September 24th on Tuesdays & Wednesdays 1 PM to 5 PM and at other times by appointment. See the events page for up to date information on plant sales, talks and slide shows and other EVENTS

Roseland House are holders of a National Collection of Clematis viticella (cvs)

and Lapageria rosea cultivars  These pages contain Lapageria information from many different sources


About the garden Past and present
Garden open days for 2013
The garden will be open to visitors each Tuesday & Wednesday April to September 24th. 1 PM to 5 PM Adults 3.00 (children free). Teas (with home made cakes) are available, dogs on leads are welcome. There is no parking at the garden on garden open days, but the free village car park is only 100 yards from the garden and there is also parking on nearby roads. Please contact us if someone in your party has problems with mobility as special arrangements can be made.
Pictures of the present garden  can be seen here Garden Now While some before and after shots are here

Details of charity Sundays can be found at the National Garden Scheme site ngs.org.uk If you are coming to the garden and want something more substantial to eat there are two pubs in the village. both of which along with the car park are less than 100yards from the garden

Madeira pages

Truro accommodation We are listed on EasyBedandBreakfasts.co.uk, a B and B website, 
which a includes a Bed and Breakfast Truro page.