Hergest Croft Gardens, Kington.
This renowned garden sits above the town of Kington with stunning views towards the Black Mountains. There are gorgeous flower borders, an old fashioned kitchen garden, azalea garden, maple grove, and Park Wood. With a gift shop and tearooms the gardens are the perfect place to explore and relax. They hold special events in the gardens during the year.
Staunton Park Gardens.
This beautiful garden sits in lovely Herefordshire countryside. The garden comprises c.10 acres. At spring time the extensive rhododendron groves dominate the views to the lake. The knot garden, behind its impressive yew hedge, and the many mixed borders planted within the last 5 years continue to delight well into September.
Bryans Ground, Presteigne.
Three acres of intimate garden rooms that have been growing since 1913. Furnished with follies and fragrant flowers, towers and topiary, pools and a potager, and paths to five acres of specimen trees on the banks of a river, on the border between England and Wales.
Whimble Gardens, Kinnerton.
Tucked away on the south facing slopes of The Radnor Valley this richly planted garden is a subtle tapestry of colour throughout the season. A yew walk leads into a box-edged parterre planted with bulbs, perennials and some unusual annuals. Beyond, an airy wiremesh "church" creates an eccentric and attractive frame work for roses and rare clematis.
Other gardens are open through the National Garden Scheme including our own Beili Neuadd Garden on August 2ndthis year for the first time.