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Ulting Wick

Listed black barns provide backdrop for vibrant and exuberant planting in 8 acres. Thousands of colourful tulips, flowing innovative spring planting, herbaceous borders, pond, mature weeping willows, kitchen garden, dramatic late summer beds with zingy, tender, exotic plant combinations. Drought tolerant perennial and mini annual wild flower meadows. Woodland. Many plants propagated in-house. Lots of unusual plants for sale.

All Saints Church Ulting will be open in conjunction with the garden for talks on its history. Beautiful dog walks along the R Chelmer from the garden.

Sunday 22 April (11am - 5pm). Light refreshments.
Friday 27 April, Monday 27 August (2 - 5pm). Home-made teas.
Admission £5.00, children free.
Homemade soup using ingredients from the garden, filled rolls & home-made teas on 22 April.

Visitors also welcome by arrangement March to October groups of 15+. Other catering by arrangement. Admission £5.00, children free. Home-made teas.

This garden also makes a donation to All Saints Ulting Church.

Mr & Mrs B Burrough
01245 380216
philippa.burrough@btinternet.com
www.ultingwickgarden.co.uk

Some gravel around the house but main areas of interest are accessible for wheelchairs.

How to find us

Ulting Wick, Crouchmans Farm Road, Maldon, Essex, CM9 6QX

3m NW of Maldon. Take R turning to Ulting off B1019 as you exit Hatfield Peverel by a green. Garden on R after 2m.

More about Ulting Wick

Featured in Period Homes, Rustica (France), Waitrose magazine, Daily Mail, Essex Life and one of only 22 gardens included in new book 'Secret Gardens of East Anglia,