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Weeping Ash Garden

Created by retired nurseryman and photographer John Bent, Weeping Ash is a garden of all-year interest with a beautiful display of early snowdrops. Broad sweeps of colour lend elegance to this stunning garden which is much larger than it initially seems with hidden paths and wooded areas creating a sense of natural growth.

Weeping Ash Garden is located immed adjacent to Bents Garden & Home with its award winning Fresh Approach Restaurant and outdoor adventure play area.

Sunday 11 February, Sunday 18 February, Sunday 25 February, Sunday 4 March, Sunday 9 September (10am - 4pm). Admission by donation.

John Bent
01942 266 300
howcanwehelp@bents.co.uk
www.bents.co.uk

Partial wheelchair access and weather dependent.

How to find us

Weeping Ash Garden, Bents Garden & Home, Warrington Road, Glazebury, Lancashire, WA3 5NS

15m W of Manchester. Located next to Bents Garden & Home, just off the East Lancs Rd A580 at Greyhound r'about near Leigh. Follow brown 'Garden Centre' signs.

More about Weeping Ash Garden

Situated adjacent to Bents Garden & Home in Glazebury, Cheshire, Weeping Ash is a breathtaking garden which has been created by retired nurseryman, John Bent. Initially created using a piece of vacant land that once housed nurseries and greenhouses, Weeping Ash has evolved into an established garden where each section is hidden from the next and carefully designed to create tranquil scenes of clarity and perfection

Made up of a series of circles joined together using ponds and flowerbeds, the Garden creates a sense of secrecy for visitors with features including a water garden bordered by wildflower turf banks. John has allowed plants to develop as they would in the wild, reseeding where they land and allowing natural progression and growth; nature at its best.

It is garden of all year interest and a joy to experience at any time, intoxicating in summer and magical as the seasons start to change.

A new bridge and weir form a centrepiece to the garden which also features more than 100 varieties of snowdrops during the early months of the year.
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