Opening dates and times:Suns 2, 16 Feb; 16 Mar; 13, 27 Apr 2014; Suns 1, 15 Feb 2015 (11-4)
Visitors also welcome by appt Jan to Apr
Admission:Adm £3, chd free
Description:Set in elevated position with exceptional views. 1m walk through woods and fields to show carpets of spring flowers. Enclosed garden with fern border, sundial and heather bed. White and mixed shrub borders. Stout footwear advisable in winter
Further details:'The walks around the woodland gardens of Home Farm start at the end of January to take in the carpets of snowdrops. These are then followed by the famous Gloucestershire dainty wild daffodils. Primroses, wood anemones, lady’s smock, violets and early purple orchids are the next flowers to emerge, followed at the beginning of May by the bluebells. The gardens are open for the National Garden Scheme on 5 Sundays during the spring but group visits are welcome by appointment by contacting Mrs Freeman by phone 01452 830 210 or email firstname.lastname@example.org Stout footware is advised because, although the woods all have woodchip paths the pasture to get from copse to copse is steep in places. Mrs Freeman will greet all groups and accompany them on the walk if they wish. 1 mile away from Home Farm the local garden centre has a very good cafe serving light lunches and wonderful homemade cakes to accompany tea or coffee. Finding Home Farm is quite easy. From the A40 in the centre of Huntley take the B4216 signed to Newent for ½ mile and the drive will be found on the left handside.'