End of Season Plant Sale
Visit the Walled Garden Plant Sale area during the month of October and you will find a fabulous selection of plants which have been reduced and some real bargains.
Plants of Interest - September 2013
Now, in late summer the garden provides a final burst of glorious colour before the quieter autumn shades appear - don't miss these treasures on your next visit.
Plants of Interest - August 2013
When you are walking along the north side of the Bottom Lake, look out for the burnt sugar fragrance from the stately Cercidiphyllum japonicum pendulum, and try to spot the short-lived but spectacular blooms of the Tiger Flower in the borders around the Plant Sales area and Tea Shop.
Annuals Flower Meadow
The Annuals Flower Meadow at the top of the far hillside is ablaze with colour right now.
Plants of Interest - July 2013
Unusual, colourful, spectacular - watch out for these on your visit this month.
Plants of Interest - June 2013
Flaming June has arrived, and so far is living up to the name - we hope it will continue. Some of the larger shrubs and trees are now coming into their own - look out especially for the unusual Hankerchief tree, with its hankie-like flowers.
Marwood Hill Garden on Gardeners World
Did you see us on Gardeners World BBC 2 on Friday 17th May?
Plants of Interest - May 2013
Success at RHS Show
Marwood Hill Garden achieved great success at the Royal Horticultural Societies 2013 National Rhododendron and Camellia Show, held at RHS Rosemoor in April 2013.
Thoughts for May
At last, Spring seems to have arrived and the plants are bursting out into flower.
Plants of Interest - April 2013
Spring is happening at last, and the garden is starting to bloom. Look out for these colourful beauties on your next visit!
Plants of Interest - March 2013
As the new season gets underway, the first of the unusual and interesting plants in the garden come into flower - look out for these on your next visit.
February 2013 - The Start of the New Season
February sees the start of the gardening year at Marwood with vast sheets of blossoming snowdrops naturalised throughout the valley.