Myths and Legends inspired Winter Sculpture Exhibition runs until February 23 at Torrington RHS garden.

Fascinating creations await at the RHS Garden Rosemoor Winter Sculpture Exhibition in Torrington. This work is called Children of Lir. Picture: RHS Garden Rosemoor.Fascinating creations await at the RHS Garden Rosemoor Winter Sculpture Exhibition in Torrington. This work is called Children of Lir. Picture: RHS Garden Rosemoor.

RHS Garden Rosemoor at Torrington has just launched its Myths and Legends inspired Winter Sculpture Exhibition.

The eclectic mix of sculptures, from a diverse group of artists, is set against the dramatic backdrop of the garden in winter.

Rosemoor is open all year and winter is a fascinating time to explore the 65-acre garden. On frosty mornings, the garden sparkles in the sunlight and there is plenty of colour, fragrance and texture.

The Winter Sculpture Exhibition runs until February 23 and features more than 120 pieces of sculpture, placed around the garden to enlighten, amuse and inspire visitors.

Fascinating creations await at the RHS Garden Rosemoor Winter Sculpture Exhibition in Torrington. This sculpture by Ian Marlow is called LIly. Picture: RHS Garden Rosemoor.Fascinating creations await at the RHS Garden Rosemoor Winter Sculpture Exhibition in Torrington. This sculpture by Ian Marlow is called LIly. Picture: RHS Garden Rosemoor.

Created by more than 20 of the UK’s top sculptors including Simon Brant, Ama Menec, George Hider and Ian Marlow, many of the pieces exhibited are for sale.

Visitors can also enjoy free, guided sculpture walks, which leave the Visitor Centre at 11.30am most Wednesday mornings.

The Winter Sculpture Exhibition is open every day (except Christmas Day) 10am - 5pm and is subject to normal garden admission. For more information visit www.rhs.org.uk/gardens/rosemoor/what-s-on or call 0845 265 8072.