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We are a group of gardens and nurseries, all with regular public opening times, who have joined together in order to offer a range of additional services to our customers. These include not only a collection of the most exciting gardens that may be visited anywhere in Lincolnshire or Eastern England, but information on visiting the county of Lincolnshire as well. This site being a guide to Lincolnshires gardens plus many special events, details of a full colour leaflet and also a little about the vast range of plants and products for sale as well.

The gardens of Lincolnshire are listed below, you can just click the names to visit each garden's own site, some of the gardens have there own pages that you may visit without leaving this site, also linked. You can also find where you would like to go on the map page, and view a list of our special events using the buttons above.

Doddington Hall. Visit Website. Nr. Lincoln LN6 4RU. Six romantic acres of wild and formal walled gardens, plus traditional kitchen garden growing for the popular Farm Shop, Cafe and Restaurant. Wonderful mature trees, and topiary. Continuos pageant of colour/ interest from earliest spring.

Aubourn Hall. Visit Website. Nr. Lincoln, LN5 9DZ. 17th century house set in 9 acres of beautiful gardens, including perfumed summer roses, an exciting prairie garden, pool garden, vibrant borders and raised beds, labyrinth and woodlands.

The Fern Nursery. Visit Website. Nr. Market Rasen, LN8 6DH. A secluded garden and specialist fern nursery set in the heart of the Wolds. Where you can see, natural streams, water features, ponds, woodland, rock garden and flower borders as well as a wide range of garden ferns available to purchase. The Fern Nursery Page.

Mill Farm Garden. Visit Website. Grasby, DN38 6AQ. 3 acres of garden, a plantmanís haven on a hill top, with a peony and rose bed, herbaceous beds grasses, a rill, an old windmill adapted into a fernery, woodland area, wildlife ponds and a specially constructed shade house. Formal gardens to the front and outstanding views. Small nursery. Open May Ė August, Fridays and Saturdays plus bank holidays, 11.00 a.m. to 4.00 p.m. Groups and coaches by appointment. Mill Farm's Page.

Cotttage Nurseries. Visit Website. Nr Alford, LN13 0HX. A family run nursery offering a huge selection of plants. You are welcome to wander the private garden with its island beds herbaceous borders and water feature, and colourful informal planting. Open March 1st to October 20th 9am to 5pm And 10am to 4pm October to March.

Hall Farm Gardens. Visit Website. Harpswell, near Gainsborough, DN21 5UU. Excellent gardens in a beautiful setting. Hedges, fences and walls enclose a variety of formal and informal areas within this 3 acre garden. Our Nursery is now closed but the gardens are still open to all, and bigger and better than ever.Hall Farms Page.

Goltho Gardens. Visit Website. Goltho, Nr. Wragby,LN8 5DF. A family-run, 4.5 acre garden with year-round interest in colour and texture. The garden boasts a long grass walk flanked by abundantly-planted borders, from which a network of paths meander.Tearoom and a nursery where keen gardeners will always find something of interest.

Bright Water Gardens, Saxby. Visit Website. Nr. Lincoln. LN8 2DQ. One of Lincolnshires leading gardens. Magical 8 acre garden - roses, peonies, perennials, lavender Wildflower meadows, prairie planting, ponds, arboretum Woodland and winter garden, snowdrops, crocus, narcissi. St. Helenís Church, attributed to Lancelot (Capability) Brown

Ellicar Gardens. Visit Website. Nr Gainborough, Lincs, Gringley On The Hill. DN10 4SN New woodland garden, Water garden, tulips, alliums, sibirican irises old roses, meadows, naturalistic borders, bees and butterflies glorious grasses and late perennials at their peak, autumn fruits and berries Open Dates for 2020 21st Feb 11am-3pm 6th March 11am-3pm 10th, 24th April 11am-4pm 8th, 22nd May 11am-4pm Group visits are welcome at other times by arrangement Friendly rare breed pets Plant yard Gardeners gifts Tea room 5th, 19th June 11am-4pm 3rd, 17th July 11am-4pm 11th, 18th Sept 11am-4pm 2nd, 16th Oct 11am-4pm Ellicar Gardens Page.

Marigold Cottage. Visit Website. Sutton On Sea, LN12 2NP. This cottage garden with oriental influences is two minutes walk from the beach and ten from the unspoilt village of Sutton On Sea. Japanese gates, secret paths, gravel garden and propagation area. Entry £4 Homemade teas included. Open every Thursday 2pm to 5pm from 2nd May to 29th August. Entry £4 Homemade teas included. Small nursery. Also open for the National Gardens Scheme. Marigold Cottage's Page.

Pottertons Nursery. Visit Website.Nettleton Market Rasen Lincolnshire. LN7 6HX UK Leading speciallist nursery for ALPINES, DWARF BULBS & WOODLAND PLANTS Our traditional, family run nursery has received numerous horticultural awards including seven RHS Chelsea GOLD medals. Large alpine garden and rockery with pool, stream and waterfalls, numerous raised beds and troughs.

Woodland Plants. Visit Website. Fotherby, Louth, LN11 0UW A peaceful shady garden full of interest There is a surprise around every corner at Woodlands.We have lots of interesting plants many of which are available in our nursery. Every Wed Afternoon 2 till 5 April till Sept. Entrance is £3. There is also a National Collection of Codonopsis. No trip to Woodlands would be complete without a visit to Bobís art studio/gallery. Woodlands Page.

The Walled Garden, Baumber, Horncastle LN9 5NL . Visit Website. The Walled Garden Baumber is a nineteenth-century walled garden, that once belonged to the former Stourton Hall now privately owned and restored by the Elton family. The garden features include a natural swimming pond, grasses, palms and the newly designed ''Tropical House". The Walled Garden's Page.

Gunby Hall and Gardens. Visit Website. Spilsby PE23 5SS A homely country house dated 1700 set in Victorian walled gardens at the foot of the Lincolnshire Wolds. Stroll through eight-acre gardens and enjoy the different areas: sweeping formal lawns, flower borders, vegetable gardens and wildflower corners.

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