The garden is open every day during store opening hours, all year round
The Jellicoe Roof Garden was designed in the 1950s by Sir Geoffrey Jellicoe, one of the 20th century's leading landscape architects.
It sits 50 feet above Guildford High Street and once boasted a three storey waterfall.
It is now looked after by Iranian gardener Souren Ala who fell in love with the garden, after finding it crumbling and overgrown five years ago.
But he is moving on to pastures new and the hunt is on for a new caretaker.
Souren found the garden by chance, when he was shopping in the department store whose roof it occupies.
It was in a poor state of repair but the garden designer decided a bit of expert care was all it needed to thrive once again.
He persuaded the General Manager to let him transform it, back to its former glory.
The original garden was installed on top of what was then Harvey's department store, by Sir Geoffrey in 1958.
He is responsible for many famous landscape projects worldwide, but several of his best known are much closer to home; the Kennedy Memorial at Runnymede, the Sutton Place Garden in Guildford, the canal at RHS Wisley and Horsted.
But the Jellicoe Roof Garden remains one of his more unique gardens.
It was probably the implication of this (sputnik) that caused the whirl of circles that is reminiscent of the planets.
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