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Hedgehog Hall

½ acre organically managed plant lover's garden. Steps leading to three stone walled terraced borders filled with shrubs, perennials, bulbs and a patio over looking the valley. Lavender walk, herb border, beautiful spring garden, colour themed herbaceous borders. Courtyard with collection of hostas and acers and terrace planted for yr-round interest with topiary and perennials. Snowdrop collection.

Cakes for sale May opening.

Saturday 24 February, Sunday 25 February (11am - 4pm). Light refreshments.
Sunday 6 May, Monday 7 May (11am - 4pm). Home-made teas.
Admission £3.50, children free.

Refreshments in aid of Macmillian Cancer Care, Market Harbourough.

Visitors also welcome by arrangement in June for groups 10+. Admission £3.50, children free. Light refreshments.

Janet & Andrew Rowe
01162597339

Regret, no wheelchair access to terraced borders.

How to find us

Hedgehog Hall, Loddington Road, Tilton on the Hill, Leicestershire, LE7 9DE

8m W of Oakham. 2m N of A47 on B6047 between Melton & Market Harborough. Follow yellow NGS signs in Tilton towards Loddington.

More about Hedgehog Hall

½-acre organically managed plant lover's garden developed in a sheltered old sand and gravel quarry. Steps leading to three stone-walled terraced borders filled with shrubs, perennials and bulbs and a patio with far reaching views over the valley.
Open for the first time this year in February to show our collection of Galanthus (Snowdrops).
On the large level areas there is a Lavender walk, herb border, beautiful spring garden, colour themed long border and serpentine island bed packed with campanulas, astrantias, sanguisorbas, roses, clematis and many more.
Sheltered walled courtyard filled with a collection of hostas, acers, ferns, a wisteria and climbing hydrangea. Courtyard terrace border planted for year round interest with topiary and perennials.
Large raised shade bed filled with many rare and unusual plants and bulbs, including a collection of saxifrage fortuneii, snowdrops, many different ferns and hellebores, podophyllums, polgonatums and epimediums.
New this year, scree bed with many rare plants.
We have a great interest in attracting wildlife to our garden which means many of the plants are chosen to attract the large variety of bees and other pollinating insects that visit our garden.