Open Garden in aid of the British Red Cross 2016
A four-acre plantswoman's garden developed over 33 years and surrounding a 16th century former mill and granary. There are thousands of spring bulbs (snowdrops, crocuses and daffodils) plus hellebores and a variety of scented plants for early visitors. There are also different 'rooms' of mixed and herbaceous borders with many unusual plants to be seen later in the year. A wildflower meadow flanked by a long border runs down to the River Enborne.
This garden will be available by appointment only