The floral season starts this month with winter aconites.
Thousands of snow drops looking fantastic in our winter woodland garden.
The season starts picking up now with hellebores, camellias, crocus & early daffodils making a mark on the landscape.
Spring always arrives this month and the following plants are always highlights; magnolias, early flowering rhododendrons and of course, daffodils!
The pinnacle of our spring flowering occurs this month. Rhododendrons, azaleas, laburnums & alliums combine to create spectacular displays.
The focus turns to the hillside with herbaceous perennials is flower i.e. peonies, nepetas & digitalis.
As the summer heats up, traditional English roses and early summer flowering perennials provide interest across the hillside.
Enjoy our tropical effects borders with their hot and zingy combinations!
Our edible woodland will be full of unusual things whilst our AGM border often looks at its best at this time of year with asters in full flower.
The garden is home to a good selection of autumn interest trees and shrubs including: acers, hydrangeas sorbus, parrotias & liquidambars.
Often the dreariest time of year, our new winter woodland garden has plants of interest even in November, these include; sarcococcas, viburnums x bodnantense cultivars, bergenias & rubus.
Winter stems provide a colourful display in the winter woodland garden. Plants to look out for include: salix, cornus, alnus, and Tilia ‘Midwinter Orange’.