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Devonshire Mill

Drifts of double snowdrops, hellebores and ferns surround the historic grade II listed water mill. Explore the two acre garden with mill stream, orchards, woodland, herbaceous borders, hen run and greenhouses. The old mill pond is now a vegetable garden with raised beds and a polytunnel. Over the past twenty years the owners have developed the garden on organic principles to encourage wildlife.

Sunday 18 February (11am - 4.30pm). Admission £4.00, children free. Home-made teas.

Sue & Chris Bond
01759 302147
chris.bond.dm@btinternet.com
www.devonshiremill.co.uk

How to find us

Devonshire Mill, Canal Lane, Pocklington, York, North Yorkshire, YO42 1NN

1m S of Pocklington. Canal Lane, off A1079 at The Wellington Oak Pub.

More about Devonshire Mill

In early spring the garden features long established drifts of double snow drops (principally Galanthus flore pleno) growing in two old orchards and with hellebores and ferns in a woodland setting.
The two-acre garden surrounds the house which is a 200 year old Grade II listed watermill. It is an intimate garden, with many different areas, structured on an old layout with a mill stream running along the length. Over the last 20 years the owners have developed the garden on organic principles to encourage wild life.
There are also productive vegetable gardens with raised beds, polytunnel, greenhouses, and hen run and well-stocked herbaceous borders.
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