Nearly 4 acres of steep hillside garden with stunning views of Haytor and Dartmoor. Arboretum planted 40 yrs ago, over 200 trees from all over the world incl magnolias, camellias, acers, alders, betula, davidias and sorbus. Major plantings of rhododendron and cornus. Late summer opening for flowering eucryphias and hydrangeas. National Collection of Eucryphias. Beautiful yr-round garden.
Sunday 29 July (2 - 5pm). Admission £5.00, children free.
Tea and home-made cakes, gluten free option.
Refreshments in aid of nominated charity.
Visitors also welcome by arrangement May to September for group and society tours. Admission £5.00, children free. Home-made teas.
Katie & Alan Bunn
How to find us
Whitstone Farm, Whitstone Lane, Bovey Tracey, Devon, TQ13 9NA
½m N of Bovey Tracey. From A382 turn towards hospital (sign opp golf range), after ⅓m L at swinging sign 'Private road leading to Whitstone'. Follow NGS signs.
More about Whitstone Farm
An ever developing garden with a stunning collection of rare trees and shrubs including July and August flowering Eucryphia. The many Magnolias, Camellias and Rhododendron plus two mature Davidias join in the garden's wonderful spring display.
National Collection of Eucryphias flowering June onwards complimented by a new hydrangea border giving late summer colour. Display of Metal garden artwork by Matt Dingle. Glorious views over Dartmoor.