Beech Court Garden, near Ashford
The ten acre informal garden at Beech Court is noted for its tranquillity and natural beauty.
Beech Court Gardens - Many of our regular customers describe it as “a little bit of old England!”, planted and landscaped in the 1950s by the previous owners out of a medieval farm with the famous gardens of Inverewe in mind.
The peak of colour is in the month of May with rhododendrons, azaleas and viburnums in full bloom. The garden is also planted with rare and interesting trees including Kalopanax, Eucryphia (the tallest in Kent), Redwoods and a fine collection of acers. The present owner has introduced climbing roses, such as the famous Bobby James, Kitsgate and Paul’s Himalayan Musk. Island beds, spacious lawns and an interesting collection of many different varieties of hydrangeas make this a garden for all seasons ending with a spectacular finale of autumn colour.
2018 Beech Court Gardens - normally open from April - see website for details.
Except for group bookings.
Disabled Access, refreshments, plant sales, picnic area, pet animals, rural life collection, picture gallery, childrens trail.
- Street: Beech Court Gardens
- Postcode: TNT25 4DJ
- City: Challock, Ashford
- County: Kent
- Country: United Kingdom
- Telephone: 01233 740735
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