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The Tynings

Worcester

Acclaimed plantsman’s ½-acre garden, generously planted with a large selection of rare trees and shrubs. Features incl specialist collection of lilies, many unusual climbers and rare ferns. The colour continues into late summer with dahlia, berberis, euonymus and tree colour. Surprises around every corner. You will not be disappointed. Lovely views of adjacent Norman Church and surrounding countryside.
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    Although our cottage is some 200 years old, the garden has mainly been developed over the last 30 years. The half-acre garden is generously planted with a large selection of rare trees and shrubs, many now maturing in size. For the interest of tree connoisseurs, these include: Chiltalpa tashkentensis; Picea spinulosa; Ginko biloba; Picea likiangensis ; Pinus strobus ; Acer griseum; Cercidiphyllum ‘Morioka Weeping’; Davidia involucrata 'Sonoma'; Xanthocyparis nootkatensis 'Jubilee'; Prunus serrula; and Betula austrosinensis. Our eclectic selection of unusual shrubs includes Berberis montana, valdiviana and ‘Red Tears’; Viburnum plicatum ‘Rosace’; Heptacodium miconoides; and a Rosa ‘Paul’s Himalayan Musk’. Other features include a large collection of lilies (many from The Lily Garden in Washington State), ferns and climbers. However it is not just a collection of plants but a cottage garden ‘developed’ by a keen plantsman and his wife! Colour continues into late summer and many garden clubs come as late as September to see the autumn colour. Visitors are always welcome – be it by the coach load, a club visit or as individuals. We are happy to provide refreshments. A small nursery keeps the plantaholics happy! The plant list (naming, in order, plants in each border/island bed) comprises about 1000 plant species. An additional attraction is the Grade 2 listed Norman church next door. Please do not hesitate to get in touch.

Features and Attractions

Plants labelled and plant lists available.

Press and Media Coverage

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The Tynings- Canceled

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John & Leslie Bryant
01905 840189
johnlesbryant@btinternet.com

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How to find us

The Tynings
Church Lane
Stoulton
Worcester
Worcestershire
WR7 4RE

5m S of Worcester; 3m N of Pershore.
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    On the B4084 (formerly A44) between M5 J7 & Pershore. The Tynings lies beyond the church at the extreme end of Church Lane. Ample parking.

More about The Tynings

Although our cottage is some 200 years old, the garden has mainly been developed over the last 30 years. The half-acre garden is generously planted with a large selection of rare trees and shrubs, many now maturing in size. For the interest of tree connoisseurs, these include: Chiltalpa tashkentensis; Picea spinulosa; Ginko biloba; Picea likiangensis ; Pinus strobus ; Acer griseum; Cercidiphyllum ‘Morioka Weeping’; Davidia involucrata 'Sonoma'; Xanthocyparis nootkatensis 'Jubilee'; Prunus serrula; and Betula austrosinensis. Our eclectic selection of unusual shrubs includes Berberis montana, valdiviana and ‘Red Tears’; Viburnum plicatum ‘Rosace’; Heptacodium miconoides; and a Rosa ‘Paul’s Himalayan Musk’. Other features include a large collection of lilies (many from The Lily Garden in Washington State), ferns and climbers. However it is not just a collection of plants but a cottage garden ‘developed’ by a keen plantsman and his wife! Colour continues into late summer and many garden clubs come as late as September to see the autumn colour. Visitors are always welcome – be it by the coach load, a club visit or as individuals. We are happy to provide refreshments. A small nursery keeps the plantaholics happy! The plant list (naming, in order, plants in each border/island bed) comprises about 1000 plant species. An additional attraction is the Grade 2 listed Norman church next door. Please do not hesitate to get in touch.

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