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Hidcote Manor Garden, Gloucestershire

Hidcote House by Barbara Ballard Garden folly by Barbara Ballard Hidcote Manor garden is a 20th century garden created by Lawrence Johnston. It is in the Arts and Crafts style with garden rooms. Herbaceous borders and rare trees and shrubs are part of the picture. A garden folly adds to the charm.

Lilies in the pond by Barbara Ballard Flower border by Barbara Ballard There are a large number of different garden rooms and areas. These include a courtyard garden, old garden, white garden, maple garden, red border, alpine terrace, winter border, fuchsia garden, bathing pool garden, poppy garden, upper stream garden, hydrangea corner, central stream garden, lower stream garden, bulb slope, rock bank, theatre lawn, pine garden, lilypool, rose walks, kitchen garden, and beech alley. There is also a tennis court.

Path in the garden by Barbara Ballard Garden fountain by Barbara Ballard Paths meander through the garden rooms, one of which has a fountain. There is a wilderness area, a long walk, and a tennis court.



Flowers in bloom in the garden by Barbara Ballard A schedule of plantings in bloom by month is as follows:
March: hellebores
April skunk cabbage, foxglove tree, magnolias
May: tulips, handkerchief tree, wisteria, giant alliums, lilacs

View toward the rose garden by Barbara Ballard June: old roses and herbaceous plants
July: herbaceous borders, lilies, hydrangeas
August: fuchsias, dahlias, heliotropes
September: Japanese anemones, autumn crocus
October: cobaeas, acers, tapestry hedges
November: autumn colour
December: garden structure

Visitor Information

Topiary in the garden by Barbara Ballard Hidcote Manor Garden
Hidcote Bartrim, four miles north-east of Chipping Campden
On minor country road
Gloucestershire
Tel. 0 1386 438 333
Open: garden: Nov-3rd week Dec, mid Feb-1st March, weekends, 11-am-4pm; 2nd March-Oct, daily, 10am-6pm; Oct, daily, 10am-5pm; shop, cafe etc open various times when gardens open
National Trust property; shop; plant sales; parking; cafe; restaurant; plant sales

Text and photos © by Barbara Ballard

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