Stockton Bury Gardens

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Garden Category: North Midlands

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  • 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. Stockton Bury has been in the Treasure family for three generations and much of the garden was pasture until the pair transformed it into this well-acclaimed garden. The original Victorian kitchen garden and impressive monkey puzzle tree are still very much part of the new garden. Now 30 years old the garden is home to mature plantings and offers keen gardeners plenty of inspiration. Both men were inspired by Raymond’s relative the late John Treasure (well known for his garden at Burford House near Tenbury Wells) and their friend, the late plantsman Christopher Lloyd. The garden sits at the heart of a working farm which was originally one of the Bury farms of the Benedictine Priory in Leominster. The dovecote and medieval barns remain important landmark features.

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