Three acres of south-facing gardens
10 June 2018
- Entrance fee:
- £4.00, children go free
- 2 pm - 5 pm
- Garden owner:
- Mr and Mrs R Chandler
For all enquiries, please get in touch with Tricia Darke by email at PatriciaDarke@redcross.org.uk or by phone 01823 273714
The two to three acres of this hot, dry, sunny, south-facing garden are surrounded by pink stone walls and sub-divided into five separate compartments. The cliff garden is a three-sided quarry with old magnolias, figs and Judas trees, plus some newer acacias. There are many unusual or tender plants to spot, including eremurus, beschorneria, dendromecon, buddleia colvilei, and different varieties of echiums. The plants are provided by Wibble Farm.
Aller farmhouse is 7 miles east of Minehead and 1 mile south of Williton. From the A358 Taunton, turn left into Sampford Brett. Follow signs to Capton. Follow the lane downhill to Aller Farm. The car park is in the field beyond the house.
- Plant stall
- No dogs allowed