Moors Meadow is an intriguing and eclectic garden, full of appeal to the true plantsman. The seven-acre organic hillside site offers superb views over the Kyre Valley and comprises a variety of environments rich in unusual and exotic plants. There are countless spring bulbs, brimming herbaceous borders, a grass garden, a rhododendron glade, a fernery, a cottage-style garden, a herb garden, and a highly productive kitchen garden. Assorted paths wind through the garden to add a sense of surprise and secrecy. Every one reveals a rarity. Moors Meadow will fascinate the gardener who loves to explore at all times of the year and appeals to anyone not looking for formal or traditional planting.

The resident Blacksmith is Jack Clarke https://nojokeknives.com

Accommadation with superb views - Farmer Tom's Spring Barn email - springbarn2023@outlook.com

To see a short video of the garden visit "Youtube" and search "Moors Meadow Garden".

 **THE GARDENS ARE OPEN - PRE-BOOKING ESSENTIAL - Good Friday to 7th September, Friday to Tuesday, 11am to 5pm. Also book for Snowdrop time and Autumn colours. CASH ONLY. NO DOGS. PRE-BOOKING ESSENTIAL**

                                                 Tel. 01885 410 318    Mobile. 07942 636 153  Email moorsmeadow@hotmail.co.uk

NGS charity days 2024: Mondays 17th June, 15th July, 12th August - 10am - 5pm.

SPECIAL CHARITY EVENT: Sunday 16th June 2023. 11am - 4pm in aid of St. Michael's Hospice. Music, light refreshments, plants for sale, garden crafts, blacksmith demonstrations, extra parking. BRING CASH. Bands include: Grey Wolf. Friends of Cherrystones. Quantum Penguin. Banjo Ian. Gary Smith. Roger Pugh. Wyson Lane.                                                                                                                                                        £6 in advance at www.st-michaels-hospice.org.uk   £7.50 on the day       NO DOGS

Entrance: Adults £8 Children 4 to 16 years £2. Please note we do not take credit cards.                                                                                                Pre-booked guided tours by the head gardener, phone or email to book, £30 for 90 minute tour, comprehensive, inspirational and interesting about the history, unusual plants and gardening tips. Subject to availability, no minimum amount of visitors per tour so bring a group and share the cost.

Awards: Voted BBC Gardener's World "Most Romantic" Garden in Central England. Voted 2nd "Most Favourite" Garden in Central England (1st was Ryton Organic Garden). Bronze Medal - Britains Best Gardeners Garden 2015. National Gardens Scheme trowel 2011 for 10 years support. National Garden Scheme fork for 20 years support. Nomination for a 'Rural Oscar' with the Countryside Alliance Awards 2019. Featured on local radio BBC H&W. Central England Prestige Award Garden of the Year 2021/22.  Central England Prestige Awards Botanical Gardens of the Year 2022/23. Nomination for Rural Oscar 2023.

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                   Herefordshire Horticultural Hub  http://www.hortihub.co.uk The Hub was formed in order to promote and link the exceptional businesses and skills found in and around the region.

 
 

Open: Individual visitors and groups throughout the year by appointment - please phone or via the "contact us" facility on this web site.           

        Admission: £7.00 Children over 4-16 years £1.50  

Season Tickets £20 a great gift to yourself or for family and friends

                       Accessibility: The lie of the land makes some of the garden difficult for the infirm and sensible footwear is recommended.
For further information: Ros Bissell  01885 410318 / 07942 636153
Guide dogs only are permitted in the garden.

The Head Gardener is also available for talks to clubs and groups on a variety of garden related topics.

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