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.
Voted BBC Gardener's World "Most Romantic" Garden in Central England
To see a short video of Moors Meadow in all seasons visit - http://www.goherefordshire.co.uk and search Moors Meadow.
Please note: Moors Meadow still welcomes garden visitors but please contact us beforehand by phone or via the "contact us" facility on this web site.
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.
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Comments from the Visitors Book - J from Toronto, Canada - A little bit of English heaven, Lovely!
Brenda and Andy from Bromyard - Loveliest garden in Herefordshire.
Joyce and Mike from Solihull - So beautiful, could spend a lifetime here, thank you.
Sarah Wint, Brook Farm Berrington B&B & Hol Cottages -Moors Meadow is such a natural looking garden that you hardly feel you are in a garden at all – it all feels unplanned - and this is what makes Ros one of my new gardening heroes. She has done precisely what I am trying to achieve and I came away thinking my garden was too ‘gardenny’.
Open: 25th March - 7th September 11.00am - 5.00pm (closed Wednesday & Thursday). If you would like to visit at any other time please phone or email. Group visits of 10 or more include an introductory talk by the head gardener
Admission: £5.00 Children over 4-16 years £1
Season Tickets £16 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.
The Head Gardener is also available for talks to clubs and groups on a variety of garden related topics.
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