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Bardsey

Haslemere

Unexpected 2 acre garden in the heart of Haslemere. Several distinct areas containing scent, colour, texture and movement. Stunning pictorial meadow within an ilex crenata parterre. Prairie planted border provides a modern twist. Large productive fruit and vegetable garden. Natural ponds and bog gardens. Several unusual sculptures.
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    The front section of the garden is colour themed in pink, purple and white. There are roses, herbaceous borders, a herb garden and a parterre. Within the parterre is the pictorial meadow in orange, pink, white and purples which is planted annually. It attracts many bees and butterflies and changes colour day by day as the different poppies flower.
    Further down the garden the hot border of reds, oranges and hot pinks, fronts the terrace and comes into its own later in the season.
    There is circular seating area under a stately oak tree, partially surrounded with predominantly green and white shade and draught tolerant plants.
    At the very bottom of the garden we turned the problem of a badly wind damaged Redwood into a much admired feature by having it greatly reduced in size and then carved by Ant Beetlestone into a fish sculpture which both hangs above the pond and reflects in it.
    We are very lucky to have many other mature trees and we have added to those by planting a variegated Tulip tree, French Walnut and three Cornus.

Features and Attractions

Bee hive and bug hotel. Ducks and chickens supply the eggs for cakes. Classic MGs on parade. Home-made produce stall. Glass sculptures by Wendy Stafford for sale.

Bardsey- Canceled

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Owner Information

Maggie & David Boyd
01428 652283
maggie.boyd@live.co.uk
http://www.bardseygarden.co.uk

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How to find us

Bardsey
11 Derby Road
Haslemere
Surrey
GU27 1BS

¼m N of Haslemere station.
  • More detailed directions
    Turn off B2131 (which links A287 to A286 through town) 400yds W of station into Weydown Rd, 3rd R into Derby Rd, garden 400yds on R.
Accessibility information

First third of garden level, other two thirds sloping.

More about Bardsey

The front section of the garden is colour themed in pink, purple and white. There are roses, herbaceous borders, a herb garden and a parterre. Within the parterre is the pictorial meadow in orange, pink, white and purples which is planted annually. It attracts many bees and butterflies and changes colour day by day as the different poppies flower.
Further down the garden the hot border of reds, oranges and hot pinks, fronts the terrace and comes into its own later in the season.
There is circular seating area under a stately oak tree, partially surrounded with predominantly green and white shade and draught tolerant plants.
At the very bottom of the garden we turned the problem of a badly wind damaged Redwood into a much admired feature by having it greatly reduced in size and then carved by Ant Beetlestone into a fish sculpture which both hangs above the pond and reflects in it.
We are very lucky to have many other mature trees and we have added to those by planting a variegated Tulip tree, French Walnut and three Cornus.

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