Set on more than an acre, the Roselawn Centre’s gardens were created back in the 1930’s by a Pelham landscaper for owner Charles E. Steele. It is architecturally significant and provides a good example of the gardenesque style of the era. There are many mature trees and an expansive lawn that allows views and vistas from three sides of streets. Of particular significance is the Japanese cedar tree (Cryptomeria), planted next to the mansion, a tree that is rarely found in Canada.
Calling all Gardeners!
If you have a green thumb, love to prune, rake, or shovel the soil please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org and let us know. We could use your assistance in helping to keep the gardens looking great.