There are now 2 hectares of gardens, imaginatively landscaped with more than 100 beds in which are planted over 3500 roses, drawn from a professional selection of 400 varieties of recent hybrids and traditional favourites. Among these varieties are species, heritage, floribunda, tea roses, hybrid teas, miniatures, rugosas, climbers, pillar and rambling roses. There is also a cascading rockery of David Austin modern shrub roses and a sunken sensory garden planted with perfumed Delbard roses.
The garden features a number of significant structures that enhance and complement the roses. A central gazebo summer house, a pergola, tall decorative climbing frames, rose covered towers, archways and exposed aggregate that meander throughout leading to a tubular arbour magnificently planted with pillar and bedding roses.
Adjacent roadway median strips and traffic roundabouts contain mass plantings of a variety of roses. On the north side of the Garden, as well as roses, a pretty cottage garden has been established and, to provide additional colour and interest throughout the year, plantings of spring bulbs, camellias, azaleas, annuals and perennials have been made within the parklike setting of exotic and native trees.
Throughout the Garden the roses display themselves in massed beds, fill the median strips, scramble up climbing frames, hang from arches and mix with cottage plants creating a haven for all who visit.