Talk to the Gardener to learn of the raids on his roses.
Whatever is eating my roses, get rid of it!
The squire's bride-to-be has announced that she will be visiting. Now I have to arrange a bouquet of roses for her, but some evil beast comes into the garden ever night and eats the blossems of my rose bushes. Please kill that beast, or else his lordship will be very cross with me.
Head out of the Manor grounds, then follow the south wall to the east.
A turtle with the name Rose Thief is wandering around near the river; kill it, then return to the Gardener, who asks you to bring him a bunch of roses from Ogril.
Go to Ogril and fetch a bunch of fresh roses!
Thank you very much! Now all I need is a bouquet of roses. It will be weeks before these rose bushes blossom again. Ogril lives just around the corner. He is an excellent rose grower, h has green fingers so to speak. Could you fetch me a bunch of rowse from him! My legs are a bit weary, expecially when the weather changes.
Head back out of the Manor grounds, this time following the road to the Southeast.
At the bridge you will see three bandits, the middle of which has a question mark (?) over his head if you have not already completed the Bandits quest. If you talk to him he will demand an unspecified payment of gold and threaten to attack if you don’t pay.
Your money or your life! Pay the toll.
This bridge belongs to us! Anyone who wants to cross it must pay the bridge toll! Those who don't pay get their throats slit!
If you accept this ‘quest’ you will pay him 500 gold and the three bandits will thereafter remain neutral. If you decline this ‘quest’, or if you run past without talking to him, the three bandits will become hostile and attack.
Continue to follow the road east after the bridge until you come to a track leading south. Follow this and take the first right (west) turn into a field – Ogril will be just to the Southwest of you.
Talk to Ogril and then return to the Gardener for your reward.
Of course, I have a nice bouquet of roses. Deliver them to the gardener and give him my regards.
Ah the roses, thank you! Now I can keep my head, and the lord's intended will get her flowers.