The garden is in two sections: the greater part is devoted to trees, shrubs and borders, with the reminder being the quarry garden. From the lower car park you can wander around the garden and arboretum, enjoying views to the Shropshire countryside beyond. The seasonal border was, in late July, very hot with fiery displays of Canna, Dahlia and Crocosmia, just to name a few. There are wonderful displays of roses and white Nicotiana above the Camellia walk.
There are winding paths in the quarry garden centred around a waterfall. At its head is a proud stag bolving
And, there is a tearoom serving lovely lunches!
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