Critically-acclaimed quintessential English garden.
Size of site:
April - September
Wednesday - Sunday & Bank Hol. Mondays
11AM - 4.30PM
Car park (free)
Nearest train station is Leominster (2.5 miles) but no bus connections and route is not suitable for walking.
Adult £8.50, Child £5, Under 5s Free.
Individual Season £30 (April - September).
Visitors can enjoy the café and plant sales area without paying entry to the garden.
Rich with the heady scent of summer, these traditional flowers come in many beautiful varieties.
With no purpose other than to amuse, bemuse or confuse, these are odd garden buildings and structures.
With grass at your feet and fruit ripening above, this shady spot is perfect for a hot summer day.
Classic climber, with muscular stems and grape-like bunches of pastel coloured blooms in late spring.
Whether a formal fountain or wildlife pond, water provides space for tranquility and reflection.
With winter protection and high humidity, these are perfect for tropical plants and propagation.
Not far from the kitchen table, this well-tended garden is home to plenty of garnishes and salads.
From tiny brooks to wide rivers, with gentle sounds, nature and life even in the depths of winter.
Throughout the year, the fertile beds of the veg patch are where you'll find delicious produce ready to eat.
Bursting back with fresh colour every year, these flower borders are perfect for pollinators.
In summer this grassland habitat is rich with the buzzing of pollinators and packed with beautiful flowers.