Brightly coloured plants for sale at the Dorothy Clive Garden

We currently have a large and varied selection of brightly coloured plants available for sale at the Dorothy Clive Garden. Visitors can purchase beautiful hybrid rhododendrons, and dahlias such [...]

New Life at the Dorothy Clive Garden

The Woodpecker chicks are growing quickly, the difference in the size and the sound in a week was unbelievable. The chicks call has been changing from a constant chip chip chip sound to now [...]

Update on the Woodpeckers

The Great Spotted Woodpeckers are Back !!! So pleased the Great spotted Woodpeckers have decided to nest in the Quarry at the Dorothy Clive Garden again this year.       The first [...]

Update on the Woodpeckers

The Great Spotted Woodpeckers are Back !!! So pleased the Great spotted Woodpeckers have decided to nest in the Quarry at the Dorothy Clive Garden again this year.       The first [...]

Free Tulip Bulbs

We have a number of  Princess Irene and Blue Ribbon tulip bulbs which we are giving away free on a first come first served basis.  They will be located outside the tearoom so help yourself. by

Breakfast at Dorothy’s!

This weekend we will be serving a selection of delicious breakfast items in our garden tearoom such as croissants with jam, bacon and egg baps, omelettes with a choice of fillings and fresh tea [...]

Laburnum Arch

The glorious laburnum arch is starting to make an appearance now at the Dorothy Clive Garden. For the next two weeks, members and visitors will be able to enjoy walking through the beautiful [...]

Davidia involucrata or handkerchief tree

We have a beautiful handkerchief tree, or Davidia involucrata, and also known as the Dove tree or Ghost tree, situated near the old drive way and currently looking lovely.  Originating from South [...]

Carnivorous Plant Exhibition

Come and discover the world of carnivorous plants with Mike King from Shropshire Sarracenias. Mike will be displaying part of his award winning National collection of mainly sarracenia pitcher [...]

Wonderful wildlife at the Dorothy Clive Garden

We are delighted to share with you some recent pictures kindly taken by Malcolm Lander of Catchlight Pictures of our resident woodpecker family who are currently living in an old oak tree in the [...]

Planting out the top border

Visitors may have noticed that we left the top border fallow for several months, this is because we had to deal with a bindweed issue. Bindweed is a problem as it twines around other plant stems, [...]

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