Gardens and Vineyards
Enjoy the natural beauty of our gardens and vineyards, parks and landscapes all set against the background of our splendid countryside......
Four-acre gardens and early Georgian house in beautiful riverside setting. Home to the National Collection of Clematis, with over 250 varieties and over 2000 kinds of other plants, set around sweeping lawns alongside the banks of the River Teme. Treasures Garden Centre and Nursery, gift shop, gallery and buttery.
Family run fruit farm & farm shop. Children's play area & wildlife trail. PYO (inc. free range eggs).
The restoration of an important 18th-century landscaped park, designed by Capability Brown, with shrubberies surrounding the lake and follies. Croome Court is now also in the care of the National Trust and can be included in your visit.
Various gardens around the area are open as part of the National Garden Scheme - see the NGS website to see what's on show during your visit.
Barnards Green House in Malvern is open by appointment - phone Mrs Sue Nicholls: 01684 574446 or see the webpage.
- Website: www.ngs.org.uk/gardens-to-visit/visit-worcestershire-gardens.aspx
- Location: Various
Houses the National Collection of Autumn Flowering Asters (Michaelmas Daisies) and other unusual perennials.
Whilst visiting the Malvern Hills why not sample some of our delightful public parks and common land?
They are ideal for a short stroll in the fresh air whilst taking in the sights, or for a picnic, or just to sit in the sun and enjoy the tranquility.
Many of the parks include play areas for youngsters as well.
Click on the link below for further details.
A family run vineyard producing white, rose and sparkling wines including the ‘Elgar’ range. Call at the Vineyard for a look around and a free tasting in our shop.