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Kingham Lodge

Chipping Norton

Many ericaceous plants not normally seen in the Cotswolds grow on 5 acres of garden, planted over 2 decades on sand over gravel. Big display of rhododendron, laburnum arch and azaleas. Formal 150 metre border, backed with trellis, shaded walks with multi-layered planting, an informal quarry pond, formal mirror pond, massive pergola, parterre and unique Islamic garden. Sculpture show from 5-13 May.
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    The 5 acres of gardens have been planted over the past two decades and, unusually for the Cotswolds, are situated on sand over gravel so a number of ericaceous plants not normally seen in the Cotswolds grow here.

    The year starts with aconites flowering under trees, in February there are thousands of snowdrops giving way to anemones, and specie tulips and then daffodils, tulips, erythroniums and many other later bulbs and irises. From January to July there is a rhododendron in bloom although the big displays are in May, including the laburnum arch along with the azaleas.

    Highlights include a formal 150 metre border, backed with trellis, shaded walk ways with multi-layered planting, an informal quarry pond and formal mirror pond, a massive pergola and parterre and the unique Islamic garden. From May 5-13 2018 there is a sculpture show with over 400 sculptures to be seen: www.sculptureatkinghamlodge.com

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Kingham Lodge- Canceled

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Suggested donation of £5.00 per adult to the National Garden Scheme

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Christopher Stockwell

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How to find us

Kingham Lodge
West End
Kingham
Chipping Norton
Oxfordshire
OX7 6YL

More about Kingham Lodge

The 5 acres of gardens have been planted over the past two decades and, unusually for the Cotswolds, are situated on sand over gravel so a number of ericaceous plants not normally seen in the Cotswolds grow here.

The year starts with aconites flowering under trees, in February there are thousands of snowdrops giving way to anemones, and specie tulips and then daffodils, tulips, erythroniums and many other later bulbs and irises. From January to July there is a rhododendron in bloom although the big displays are in May, including the laburnum arch along with the azaleas.

Highlights include a formal 150 metre border, backed with trellis, shaded walk ways with multi-layered planting, an informal quarry pond and formal mirror pond, a massive pergola and parterre and the unique Islamic garden. From May 5-13 2018 there is a sculpture show with over 400 sculptures to be seen: www.sculptureatkinghamlodge.com

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