One acre garden full of colour and interest to plant enthusiasts looking for unusual and rare plants. Spring gives some 250 named snowdrops together with hellebores and early daffodils. The lawn is awash with crocus, fritillarias, anemones, narcissi and cyclamen. Large vegetable garden on raised beds. Lovely views over open countryside.
Newcastle Mausoleum (adjacent) open. Local guides present history.
Sunday 11 February, Wednesday 21 February (11am - 4pm). Admission £3.00, children free. Home-made teas.
Visitors also welcome by arrangement February to April groups min 6, max 40. Admission £3.00, children free. Home-made teas.
Margaret & Jim Swindin
Some slopes and gravel paths - seats in garden.
How to find us
The Beeches, The Avenue, Milton, Newark, Nottinghamshire, NG22 0PW
1m S A1 Markham Moor. Exit A1 at Markham Moor, take Walesby sign into village (1m). From Main St, L up The Avenue.
More about The Beeches
The garden is always full of colour and constantly changing. There are some steps and slopes but alternative pathways give a choice.Visitors are welcome to walk around the wild flower meadow.
A large variety of fruits are grown in the garden.