Abbeywood Gardens

Delamere Cheshire CW8 2HS

Abbeywood is a 45-acre family estate nestling in the Delamere countryside, right in the heart of Cheshire that has lots to offer including acre upon acre of woodland, informal and formal gardens including the dramatic prairie garden, all different and distinctive in their own right. Plus, you can relax and drink up the atmosphere in the Garden Cafe which serves fine foods for your enjoyment.

There is  a 2km wildlife walk, incorporating 27 acres of mature and newly-planted woodland; a young seven-acre Arboretum with rare deciduous and evergreen tree species; stunning views of the Utkinton Hills

Lunches and refreshments will be served in the garden-side restaurant

Well behaved dogs on leads welcome in the fair and gardens.

Click the dates to see to line ups:

Nurseries coming on Weds 26 August 2020:

Artisan Plant Supports from Staffordshire: Hand crafted iron garden plant supports

ChickenStreet from Shropshire: grasses and herbaceous perennials for naturalistic plantings

Conquest Plants Nursery from Cheshire: Variegated and coloured foliage hardy plants

Cotswold Garden Flowers Bob Brown's well known nursery from Worcestershire with unusual hardy and tender plants. National Collection of Sambucus

Hall Farm Nursery from Shropshire: Wide range of perennials and herbs. RHS Gold medallists including Chelsea Gold

Jurassicplants Nurseries from Denbighshire: Starter plants of rare woody edibles and other hard to find trees and shrubs

Meadow View Plants from Lancashire: Thalictrums, Sanguisorba, Astrantia & members of the Apiacea family

SpecialPerennials from Cheshire: Herbaceous perennials with large ranges of helenium, phlox, geum, salvia and other wildlife-friendly flowers

The Gobbett Nursery from Worcestershire: Shrubs, perennials inc Iris, Cornus, Syringa. RHS medallists

Woodside Hardy Plants from Staffordshire: Hardy Plants

Venue Details:

Abbeywood Estate
Chester Road
Delamere
Cheshire
CW8 2HS

Tel: 01606 888251
website: www.abbeywoodestate.co.uk/gardens/

As seen on BBC TV in 2017!

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