|You can find this garden nestled in it’s tranquil and secluded setting on a gentle sunny slope in the heart of the Lower Wye Valley. The ancient wooded slopes of this AONB provide an ever changing backdrop of colour and texture.
This is a site that is steeped in history that has been worked from as far back as Roman times. The garden has been established over the last 40 years and throughout this time it has been managed organically. Abundant herbaceous borders, a pond, woodland areas, an orchard and meadows all provide a rich habitat for wildlife.
|A series of sculptures by local artist Gemma Wood have been positioned harmoniously around the garden. Gemma trained as a ceramicist and painter and over the years has developed skills working in such materials as wood and stone. Many of the pieces are made from materials sourced locally.
The sculptures celebrate the creative process as an appreciation of natural forms and cycles. Gemma’s work reflects a life time spent exploring the compelling beauty of the Wye Valley; physically, spiritually and artistically.
|New sculptures are being added all the time into the garden so please keep in touch for news updates.
If you love plants this garden is for you! This collection of plants has been sourced and
nurtured by Adrian and Elsa Wood over all the years they have been here. Both professional ecologists and botanists, their enthusiasm knows no bounds and whether it is sprays of floral colour or delicate rarities you seek, all can be found here. Often to be found weeding in one of the herbaceous borders, Adrian and Elsa are able to provide
a wealth of knowledge about all their plants.