Rosemary Ames was a respected British horticulturalist. She lived in Devon, England, where she kept a personal garden, which she described as "[her own] Elysian Fields." In 1997, she allowed Hadrian's Wall, a British horticulture magazine, to tour her garden. The magazine published an article about the garden, proclaiming it "Devon heaven," and comparing it to Eden.
Behind the scenesEdit
- This character may have been named after American actress Rosemary Ames (1906-1988), who had a brief film career in the 1930s, before retiring for unknown reasons.
- Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 1 (Mentioned on a magazine cover)