Furzey Gardens

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Garden Category: South Central England

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  • Establised in 1922, Furzey Gardens has 8 acres of delightful informal landscape with extensive views over the New Forest towards the Isle of Wight. Beautiful banks of azaleas and rhododendrons, heathers, ferns, water garden, the strange bottle brush tree, flaming Chilean Fire trees and many other features including 3 delightful children’s play log cabins. The gardens have an international reputation in horticultural and botanical circles with much to interest the visitor all year round. The Forest Cottage is believed to have been built in the 16th century of timbers from the Tudor boatyards at Lymington. Of particular interest is the original fireback and bread oven. In recent years students from the Minstead Training Project have been involved in some extensive regeneration and replanting and thousands of new plants have been added to the collection. New work continues but always to enhance the garden’s unique natural ambience.

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