A garden to encourage pollinators. Exuberantly planted with a mixture of shrubs, annuals and perennials, roses and herbs. Long borders and beds planted in mixed cottage garden style, including apple, pear and plum orchards, peaches and apricots against the barn. A new herb garden has been made this year with hexagonal-shaped beds and an ornamental beehive at its centre. There is a wildflower meadow of around 20 acres with paths mown through it, and a glimpse of the honeybees in their enclosure at the centre. Traditional vegetable garden in preparation and a large poly tunnel growing salads, vegetables and herbs
For other opening times, see www.blackburyfarm.co.uk
Admission: By Donation
Parking: Car park on site
Refreshments: Light lunches, tea & coffee, cakes and cream teas
Wheelchair Access: Some hard paths, others grass. Easy level access to tearoom, garden patio, and toilets.
Home grown plants for sale.
For more information please contact: Mrs Maureen Basterfield on 01404 871600 or via email email@example.com