Hanham Court Gardens
The Hanham Court Gardens are at the rear of a Court House with 13th Century church and tithe Barn once part of a monastic foundation.
The garden at Hanham Court has been restored and developed superbly over recent years by Chelsea Gold Medalist designers Julian and Isabel Bannerman who have now moved on.
These gardens have been superbly designed and are at their best in mid summer.
The main avenue is bordered by beautifully planted herbaceous and rose borders, split into different sections. Sculptured topiary borders give height and an interesting dimension to the borders.
Paths take you along further borders with dazzling displays of roses and peonies.
Nearer the house there are gravel borders with lavender, and masses of planted pots. But there is much more with a pool, woodland glade, stumpery, wildflower meadows rounded off by a visit to the tearoom make for a great visit.
2018 - Hanham Court, 11th Feb open for NGS snowdrops. See website for other openings and group visits.
- Street: Ferry Road
- Postcode: BS15 3NT
- City: Bristol
- County: Gloucestershire
- Country: United Kingdom
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