The Picton Garden, Worcestershire
1.5 acre garden with heritage daffodils
This 1.5 acre garden is best known for its collection of Michaelmas Daisies and extensive autumn interest. However, many of the trees and shrubs are beautiful in the spring and over the last few years Ross and Helen have been working on the woodland areas. There is a growing collection of heritage daffodils and many unusual plants, from bulbs through epimediums to a collection of more than 100 ferns. The alpine beds give a great boost of colour for spring.
This early opening is a rare opportunity to see this garden in a very different light.
Friday 14 April, 11am - 4pm
Admission £3.50, children free.
Plants for sale, coaches welcome
All paths are gravel but fairly level. There are no steps.
How to find the garden
The Picton Garden, Old Court Nurseries, Walwyn Road, Colwall, WR13 6QE
On the B4218, 3 miles west of Great Malvern. There is a bus stop outside the gate and we are 1/4 mile from Colwall Railway Station. There is limited parking on site but cars may be neatly parked on the side of the main road below our gateway or on Brockhill Road. Please park one side only.