A collection of four Gardens in the hamlet of Upper Bogmarsh:

  • The Wain House
  • The Mangala Quirky Kirky Garden
  • Bogmarsh Cottage
  • Meadow Hope

The Wain House was converted from a barn in 1983. The garden consists of a large wildlife pond containing iris and buttercups and on a higher level, several flower beds of roses and perennials. There is also an orchard area with just a few fruit trees and a fruit cage along with a flower bed to attract the bees. It is surrounded by fields of old Perry pears.

The Mangala Quirky Kirky Garden is a small, individualistic, secret English cottage garden mixed with fruit and veg, packed with too many plants, meets a touch of the topiarised Orient, plus open Mediterranean sun-baked Courtyard with palms, oleander, olives, cypress and bananas.

Bogmarsh Cottage garden is a ‘cottage garden’ with a focus on wildlife, organic principles and climate change. There is also a green woodwork structure.

Meadow Hope is a pretty cottage garden stocked with traditional perennials and featuring a Golden Plane tree as the focal point. It looks out across a Silver Birch copse to the Herefordshire landscape beyond.

  • Hot and cold drinks
  • Afternoon teas
  • Cakes
  • Assistance dogs only
  • Wheelchair access limited