A new English Flower Garden set within the grounds of a country estate. Begun in 2010, the 10-acre gardens have been designed by head gardener Mat Reese in conjunction with the owners, and are influenced by Great Dixter in Sussex and the writings of iconic gardeners Christopher Lloyd, William Robinson and Vita Sackville-West. The garden includes abundantly planted terraces and long borders; a stumpery with ferns and unusual shade plants; and a topiary meadow.
Tall yew hedges form themed rooms, including: a cool garden; a hot garden; a rose-clad cloister garden; and a large pond garden that reflects the dynamic planting on all sides. The walled garden contains areas for fruit, vegetables and cut flowers, alongside a white garden with four small fountains. The latest development is a striking yew and box parterre. The succession of hard-working garden plants alongside the unusual and rare, means there is always something of interest in the garden.
GARDENS OPEN BY APPOINTMENT
The gardens are open by appointment to groups only.
Admission £10.00; children free.
Please note: we offer a maximum group size of 40. Smaller groups are welcome, however, the minimum fee for a tour is £150.
Admission charge includes a guided tour of the gardens lead by one of the gardeners, followed by tea/coffee and cake.
To request a tour of the gardens, please complete the application form below.
We will endeavour to reply to all requests, however, unfortunately we may not always be able to do so.
East End, Hampshire RG20 0AA
Head gardener Mat Reesemat@malverleys.co.uk
For group visits contact Jess@malverleys.co.uk
LIGHT, NATURE & BEAUTY
GARDEN photography workshop
with Claire Takacs at MALVERLEYS
Sat 26th, Sun 27th Sept 2020
Join Claire for her first UK, two-day garden photography workshop at Malverleys. Here you will go through her whole process, from the first walk around the garden, with head gardener Mat Reese, to several hours of theory/presentation covering her approach to photography, with tips and techniques, including what she is looking for in her compositions and most importantly how to work with light to create impactful images.
To Book and more info visit www.takacsphoto.com/workshops