About Rosemary Cottage

Rosemary Cottage is situated in the village of Hook. The village has a mild climate, due to proximity of the river Ouse, which caresses three sides of the village.

Rosemary Cottage is a traditional cottage garden, which is at it very best during the summer months when the garden is filled with the scent of David Austin roses along with a kaleidoscope of colour from the herbaceous perennials.

Teas, scones and homemade cakes are on sale when the garden opens for the National Gardens Scheme. The garden is open by appointment at other times.

Book your visitWhere we are

Visiting Rosemary Cottage

What a day!

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Thank you to everyone who came to our 2017 opening, to our stallholders and our sponsors, what a day!

Open for private visits

Next NGS Opening Sunday 26th May 2019, 12 noon - 4.00p.m.

Book a visit...

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If you would like to arrange for a group visit to Rosemary Cottage, then please get in touch to arrange a mutually convenient date…

Rosemary Cottage is a lovely summer garden

The garden is at its best in June, July and August

Where we are...

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Rosemary Cottage is located in the quiet village of Hook, some 1.5 miles from Goole in the East Riding of Yorkshire

Rosemary Cottage, 163 High Street, Hook, DN14 5PL East Riding of Yorkshire

Phone: 01405 769725/07743460357

Photo Galleries

Spring colour

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The garden at Rosemary Cottage wakes up in the spring with a carpet of crocus, daffodils and tulips, the very essence of spring.

Summer days

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The garden takes on a whole new charm as the days lengthen, the herbaceous perennials start to fill the garden with colour, and the roses with scent, for this is surely a summer garden.

Autumn & Winter

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As the days shorten, and the only visitors to Rosemary Cottage are the snuffling hedgehogs and our faithful Robin, the garden takes on a whole new charm of its own…

News from Rosemary Cottage

Autumn is well underway……

Looking back what a strange summer we had the perennials really struggled in the heatwave during July and August and I have Foxgloves actually flowering today 7th October!! But the leaves are changing and with the shorter days we’ve had our 1st frost last night.  I’ve still got some flowers hanging on and enjoying the…

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It’s June and my Favourite time of year…..

My Garden is looking really lovely and  I am thoroughly enjoying the weather appreciating my hard work and enjoying sitting my garden. I’ve ‘bit the ‘bullet’ and decided to open for the NGS again on Sunday 26th May 2019. After taking a year off after such busy open garden events last year…… Looking forward to…

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In the press

Blogging

Howdenshire Feature

Howdenshire Magazine have asked me to write a regular column for them about Rosemary Cottage, my first column is all about autumn planting…

Howdenshire Magazine

Writing for Rowlan

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Rolawn have asked me to write a blog about opening my garden for the NGS, just click the image to be taken to their website…

Rolawn Blog

In the book...

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When Helen Marsden County Organiser came to visit The Goole Times popped round and wrote this rather lovely piece…

The Goole Times

Full of surprises

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“The Garden the Grew and Grew”  a three page feature on Rosemary Cottage in Howdenshire Living Magazine.

Howdenshire Living

Gardening in Hook

Hook Gardening Club

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Hook Gardening Club, a welcoming East Yorkshire Gardening Club, simply click on the logo to be whisked through to their website

Garden Club Listings

Run from Rosemary Cottage, Garden Club Listings connects Gardening clubs, judges and horticultural speakers throughout the UK.

Our favourite plant place

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As well as sponsoring Hook Gardening Club, many of the plants at Rosemary Cottage come from this amazing plant place

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