This visit is part of our Secret Garden Visits fundraiser to raise urgently needed funds to save the Garden Museum from the impact of the coronavirus.
The garden of Wudston House was started in 2010, on completion of the building of the house. Its features include formal borders around the house, a perennial meadow created with the assistance of James Hitchmough, an arboretum, which was started in 2014 and contains an extensive amount of wild-sourced plants, and a pinetum. Nick Macer of Pan-Global Plants has been extensively involved, since inception, in the planting of the borders and the arboretum.
Guests will be invited to bring a picnic lunch and wander round the gardens at their leisure. A full address for the garden will be provided to the buyer, along with the contact details of the garden owner so you can arrange parking and timings.
Writing for The Telegraph, Kathryn Bradley-Hole describes Wudston as “a garden designed with meticulous thought and consideration of proportions, that will also satisfy and intrigue the most demanding of plant connoisseurs among its visitors.” – read the article
We are very grateful to Garden Museum Trustee David Morrison and his wife Venetia for opening up the garden at Wudston for our Secret Garden Visits fundraiser.