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The Specialist Gardens at Roundhay Park

Roundhay Park has over 700 acres of rolling parkland, lakes, woodlands and specialist gardens. The Specialist Gardens, contains four medal winning RHS Chelsea Gardens.

  • The Coronation Garden is home to Leeds City Council’s  winning entries to the Chelsea Flower Show. Formerly a kitchen garden there are thousands of rose trees and  bedding plants
  • The Monet Garden is based on gardens planted by the impressionist at Giverny in France, was introduced to the park in 1999. 
  • The Alhambra Garden, which is based upon one of the worlds most famous gardens, the 13th century garden at Alhambra, Spain.
  • Tropical World has one of the largest tropical plant collections in the country. It includes including a recreated rainforest  and hundreds of magnificent succulents and cacti.
  • Canal gardens is next to Tropical World and contains ornamental wild-fowl, a fountain and a Spirit of the Earth statue.
  • The Friends of Roundhay Park Garden opened in July 2005. The inspiration for the garden was the Yorkshire Dales.

All the Specialist Gardens are accessible for wheelchair users.