Mediterranean planting in our Royal Botanic Glasshouse

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Our Royal Botanic Glass house includes a Mediterranean plant collection which is currently in flower and looking wonderful. You can enjoy seeing species such as Lilium ‘Orange County’, Ficus carica ‘Brown Turkey’, Echium pininana, Fuchsia Bush Rivendell and Aeonium arboreum, to name a few.

The Royal Botanic Glasshouse is surrounded by a ‘living green wall’ and so you will be able to see bees and butterflies enjoying the nectar-rich flowers.

Vibrant colours are on show for visitors to enjoy.


Enjoy a pathway designed as a Staffordshire Knot!

Enjoy brightly coloured plants such as the Lilium ‘Orange County.


Our living green wall for insects such as birds and butterflies.

See interesting species such as Ficus carica ‘Brown Turkey’.


Lastly, enjoy spectacular views of the surrounding countryside of Staffordshire, Shropshire and Cheshire. The Dorothy Clive Garden is open from 10am to 5.30pm, seven days a week until 30th September. For more information, please visit our website: 

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