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Andrew's Corner

Well established, wildlife friendly, well labelled plantsman's garden in stunning high moorland setting. Variety of garden habitats incl woodland areas and pond; wide range of unusual trees, shrubs, herbaceous plants for yr-round effect with blue poppies, rhododendrons, bulbs and maples; spectacular autumn colour. Family friendly, with quiz sheet, fairy doors, playhouse, fruit, vegetables and chickens.

Sunday 23 April, Sunday 30 April, Monday 1 May, Sunday 7 May, Sunday 28 May, Monday 29 May, Sunday 4 June, Sunday 22 October (2 - 5pm). Admission £4.00, children free. Home-made teas.

Visitors also welcome by arrangement February to November. Admission £4.00, children free. Home-made teas.

Robin & Edwina Hill
01837 840332
edwinarobinhill@outlook.com
www.andrewscorner.garden

Wheelchair access difficult when wet.

How to find us

Andrew's Corner, Belstone, Devon, EX20 1RD

3m E of Okehampton. Signed to Belstone from A30. In village turn L, signed Skaigh. Follow NGS signs. Garden approx ½m on R. Visitors may be dropped off at house, parking in nearby field.

More about Andrew's Corner

Andrews Corner, now in its forty sixth year of opening for the NGS, is situated on the northern edge of Dartmoor at approximately one thousand feet above sea level. The garden, of about one and a half acres, faces south and provides a contrast between the rugged grandeur of Dartmoor and the verdant serenity of a cultivated garden. The garden contains a very wide range of unusual trees, shrubs and herbaceous plants for year round effect, including a snowdrop collection, alpines, rhododendrons, bulbs, and maples which provide spectacular autumn colour. Woodland plants, including erythroniums, arisaemas, ferns and many spring bulbs, are at their best in April and May – followed on by the beautiful blue Meconopsis and irises. Heathers, alpine beds, dry stone walls, herbaceous borders and gentians add to the mix and extend the season of interest through to the autumn. In our designing, we have used the different levels to create smaller gardens, with their own particular features and micro climates, separated by trees and rhododendrons but still allowing glimpses of the stunning Taw valley and Dartmoor. This wildlife-friendly garden also includes a kitchen garden, two greenhouses, willow structures and chickens. There are also plenty of wilder areas for grass snakes, slow worms, rabbits, deer and over forty bird species which visit the garden. Quiz sheet, fairy doors and children's playhouse make this a garden for all ages.