This garden has opened for the National Garden Scheme (NGS) for over ten years.

It’s a constantly changing plant-lovers’ garden stocked with unusual perennials, roses, trees and shrubs – most of which are labelled.

There are many areas of interest including a glasshouse producing tomatoes and grapes, a part-walled vegetable garden, cutting borders, and a gazebo covered with roses and clematis.

In the adjoining field, mown paths meander through the large collection of young ornamental trees in the burgeoning arboretum, and the orchard with heritage fruit trees.  The large wildlife pond is a perfect spot to pause and enjoy the water lilies, dragonflies and swallows skimming the water.

This four-acre garden, offering breath taking views across the Herefordshire countryside, has been created by the owners since 2007. There are many places to sit, and most areas are accessible to wheelchair users. Families very welcome.

  • Hot and cold drinks
  • Afternoon teas
  • Cakes
  • Assistance dogs only
  • Parking
  • Generally flat ground on grass but some gravel

Sunday 19th June
11am – 5pm

Adults £7.50. U16s free
Thruxton, HR2 9AX