Timpany Gardens   

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 Nursery is closed