HOURS OF BUSINESS
The gardens are well worth a visit in February and March to see the Snowdrops, Hellebores, Anemone nemerosa, Erythronium , Trilliums, hardy orchids it is also the time to see the rockgarden coming into bloom. Following the spring, we come into summer and the cottage garden begins to put on a show with its array colourful herbaceous plants. Many have been selected to attract butterflies and insects, and as a result, it is an haven for birds to visit , and after the long hot summer comes autumn, with all the wonderful leaf colours of on some of our specimen trees, like Cercidiphyllum, Parrotia, Sorbus (colour & berries) Beech, Oak, Acer and many more delightful colourful shrubs and trees.
Trees and shrubs that have been planted by Colin Tindall, are at long last coming to look magnificent, a random selection of some of the trees, are the Tulip Tree (Liriodendron tulipifera) flowering for the first time in 2011 & Davidia involucrata (Handkerchief Tree) has flowered for three consecutive years, it is still only a teenager, the tree was grown from seed by Susan Tindall. Also, many Magnolia, Acers, Oaks, Sorbus, Rhododendron and many more species.
The find the gardens follow the Brown and White Tourist Signs around Spa. Map in How to find us. Entrance charge £3.00 per adult children free
We can now offer tea and coffee to visitors to the garden and nursery. There will also be Tours of the Garden for Groups coming to visit.
WINTER OPENING HOURS FOR NURSERY ONLY
Tuesday to Saturday, 10.00 a.m. to Dusk
During December & January, there will be LIMITED
OPENING HOURS, PLEASE telephone before making a journey , to ensure
there is someone at the Nursery to greet you.
028 97 56 2812
Mobile 07711428477 - Susan
SPRING -SUMMER - AUTUMN OPENING HOURS FOR GARDEN AND NURSERY
Tuesday to Saturday, 10.00a.m. to 5.30 p.m.
Sunday opening by prior appointment
Evening visits of Gardening Groups are welcome.
Our Car Park easily accommodates coaches.
No dogs are allowed in the Nursery or Garden.