• The Weir (NT)

    1920s riverside garden created by Roger Parr with fine views of river Wye from garden walks. Stunning in the spring, with carpets of snowdrops and daffodils. A tranquil garden of about 10 acres on a steep slope above a bend in the River Wye, The Weir is spectacular in early Read more [...]

  • Stockton Bury Gardens

    Gardens laid out in ancient setting, pigeon house, tithe barn. This splendid 4 acre garden contains a multitude of well loved and unusual plants. These sheltered gardens provide a long season of interest and colour set in unspoilt countryside, also with fine views over Leominster priory and the Black Mountains. Read more [...]

  • Staunton Park Gardens

    A four acre garden with fine trees, herbacious borders, herb gardens, lake, bog garden, rock garden, handkerchief tree, tulip tree, rhododendrons, azaleas and bulbs. Featuring a Victorian garden restored to all its former glory, a ‘Sensory’ garden with water features, Victorian glasshouses and Golden Jubilee Maze & Puzzle garden. These Read more [...]

  • How Caple Court Gardens

    The 11 acre gardens of How Caple Court date from Edwardian times and are set high above the River Wye with views toward the Forest of Dean and the Welsh Mountains. Formal terraces with yew hedges, pools, statues and a traditional rose garden contrast with less formal plantings of mature Read more [...]

  • Hergest Croft Gardens

    The gardens of over 70 acres contain one of the finest and most thriving collections of exotic trees and shrubs, including the National Collections of Acer (excl japonicum, palmatum cvs), Betula and Zelkova. in the British Isles. With more than 5000 rare trees and shrubs described as ‘one of the Read more [...]

  • Bryan’s Ground Garden

    An Edwardian garden of nearly 3 acres which has been growing since 1913. Edwardian house (not open). Home of Hortus, the International Garden Journal. Yew and box topiary, parterres, formal herb garden, large partly walled kitchen garden, newly planted flower and shrub borders. Sulking house, rose garden, shrubbery with spring Read more [...]

  • Abbey Dore Court

    Abbey Dore Court was built in the Golden Valley in the late 19th century, perhaps for Thomas Freke Lewis, the owner in 1876, on the site of the former public house, the Red Lion Inn. It was later owned by the Prothero family of Malpas Court. The house is now Read more [...]

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