¾ acre garden, 'rescued' since 1997, surrounds the 1840's stone farmhouse (not open). The courtyard contains a pond, mixed borders, fruit trees and shrubs, with steps up to a terrace which leads to lawn and vegetable plot. The main garden (semi-walled) is on two levels with mixed borders, greenhouse, pond, mini-orchard with daffodils in spring, and wildlife areas. Year-round colour.
Massive new plantings of spring bulbs for 2018.
Sunday 8 April (2 - 5pm). Admission £4.00, children free. Home-made teas.
Visitors also welcome by arrangement February to October individual visitors and groups up to 50. Admission £4.00, children free. Home-made teas.
This garden also opens as part of Wigmore Gardens on Sunday 16 September.
Margaret & Les Barclay
Mostly accessible for wheelchairs by arrangement.
How to find us
Bury Court Farmhouse, Ford Street, Wigmore, Leominster, Herefordshire, HR6 9UP
10m from Leominster, 10m from Knighton, 8m from Ludlow. On A4110 from Leominster, at Wigmore turn R just after shop & garage. Follow signs to parking and garden.
More about Bury Court Farmhouse
The ancient village of Wigmore is known for its C12 castle, home to the Mortimer family and now a 'romantic ruin', and its mediaeval church. (Note: hundreds more bulbs planted Autumn 2017 for extra Spring colour).