Stunning Cotswold Garden at the head of the Golden Valley
From early Spring until Autumn visitors to this Cotswold garden are rewarded with rich and memorable views: Spring flowers, shrubs, fine topiary (some designed by Edwin Lutyens) and, within the walled garden, herbaceous borders; roses, fine specimen trees and a newly planted parterre. The 17th century Manor House (not open) stands high overlooking the Golden Valley.
Adjoining the Garden is Miserden Nursery with a wide range of bedding plants, roses and shrubs and specialising in hardy perennial plants. The Nursery is run by Steve Richardson and Julie Dolphin who can be contacted on 01285 821638 for plant sales, or visit Miserden Nursery website.
Garden Opening Times:
Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursdays from April to end of October:
10.00am - 4.30pm. For further information on opening times, group visits and entry charges, please contact the Miserden Estate Office.
Nursery Opening Times:
Every day except Mondays (but open Bank Holidays) from Sunday 20th March to mid October:
9:30am - 5:30pm
Also open in early December for Christmas Trees and seasonal plants.
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Looking good in May - Spring Bulbs and shapes add a wash of colour to the garden
Woodlands - Bluebells are all over the woodland areas