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Hanley Swan NGS Gardens

5 gardens different in style in Hanley Swan. Chasewood has lavender and old fashioned roses. A gravel garden with an Iris and Thyme walk. A collection of Bonsai and Coach Built Prams. Meadow Bank is a modern interpretation of a cottage garden, with a hot border, Dahlias grown for show and collections of Iris and Auriculas. The Paddocks is a wildlife garden with ponds, a tadpole nursery, mixed borders, and a collection of cacti and succulents. Developed since 2011 when their son 'gave them back the football pitch', and a curved patio was built, 20 Winnington Gardens has an octagonal greenhouse, two water features and other decorative details constructed by the owners surrounded by a manicured lawn, colourful beds and planters to provide year round colour. 19 Winnington Gardens is a garden of rooms. Mixed borders enclosed with climbing roses, a small oriental garden, trained fruit trees, raised herb bed with a special standard gooseberry bush and greenhouses.

Entrance tickets from Chasewood.

Saturday 10 June, Sunday 11 June (1 - 5pm). Combined admission £5.00, children free. Cream teas at 19 Winnington Gardens.

Visitors also welcome by arrangement June to September for groups of 10-30. Number of gardens depends on availability which price will reflect. Please enquire about price when booking. Home-made teas.

The gardens in this group are:
Meadow Bank
The Paddocks
19 Winnington Gardens
20 Winnington Gardens

Group Co-ordinator Brian Skeys
01684 311297

Gardens access too narrow for wheelchairs and mobility scooters.

How to find us

Hanley Swan NGS Gardens, Hanley Swan, Worcester, Worcestershire, WR8 0DJ

5m E of Malvern, 3m NW of Upton upon Severn, 9m S of Worcester & M5. From Worcester/Callow End take B4424 to Hanley Castle then turn R. From Upton upon Severn B4211 to Hanley Castle turn L. From Malvern/Ledbury from A449 take B4209. Signed from village Xrds.