Beautiful Somerset gardens to visit in March with the National Gardens Scheme
PUBLISHED: 16:38 20 February 2013 | UPDATED: 22:17 26 February 2013
A selection of beautiful Somerset gardens are open in aid of the National Garden Scheme (NGS) in March.The following are open by appointment, just phone or email to make your arrangements
Come into the garden
A selection of beautiful Somerset gardens are open in aid of the NationalGarden Scheme (NGS) in March.The following are open by appointment. Just phone or email to make your arrangements. And see the NGS yellow guide book, the local county leaflet or visit ngs.org.uk for information on those which are open on specific dates at other times of the year.
Cheddar BS27 3JP, 01934 740387, 07737 132214
A small garden filled with over 11 very rare and unusual conifers, a koi pond and Japanese tea house.
Brent Knoll TA9 4DF, 01278 760301, Email: email@example.com
On the lower slopes of Brent Knoll, the garden has newly designed with curving slopes and paths. Views to the Quantock and Polden Hills.
Wrangway, TA21 9QG 01823 662339, Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Informal, mature family garden set under the Blackdown Hills with seats to enjoy the views over Somerset.
Lift the Latch,
Forton, Chard TA20 2NF, 01460 64752, Email:email@example.com
A stunning country garden densely planted with wide range of deciduousand evergreen trees, shrubs and perennials
Wellington TA21 OBN, 01823 662481, 07834 773441
On English Heritages list of gardens of historic interest, the gardens were laid out during the Victorian period.
The Old Rectory,
Limington, BA22 8EQ01935 840127, Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Romantic walled gardens with formal parterres, herbaceous borders shrubs and trees including a 200 year-old lucombe oak.
West Bradley, BA6 8LS01458 850604, Email: email@example.com
Formal gardens with mixed shrub/herbaceous borders and two acres of newly-planted orchard and meadows with spring flowers and species roses.