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All year Tue to Fri 09:00-16.00 in addition every 1st and 3rd Sun, February through October Rare plant fairs: Sunday 7th June and Sunday 4th October from 11am - 4pm
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19th Apr; 10am - 4pm
Garden for all seasons
Daffodils, Bluebells Herbaceous borders, white garden, purple border Topiary, Rose garden, Shrubbery
Adult £5.00 Child free; Over 60s £4.50. Guide map to garden included.
Free entry to RHS members Tuesdays and Wednesdays only.
Plant fairs for NCCPG on Sunday 7th June and Sunday 4th October from 11am - 4pm. Free parking. Plant Heritage have brought together specialist nurseries offering quality, choice and unusual plants set against the backdrop of one of Nottinghamshire's loveliest gardens. Photography & sketching permitted by arrangement for private use only. Half a mile from junction 27 of the M1, on the A608
Herbaceous borders backed by high yew hedges. Unusual trees and shrubs. 5 acre Bluebell wood Small collections of Snowdrops
Each part of the garden is planted with different plants and shrubs, many of them unusual. The south- and east-facing borders have the slightly tender plants. The pergolas are mainly covered with roses, vines, clematis and honeysuckle, and the knot gardens are full of architectural box. The borders round the walls have a mixture of small trees and shrubs underplanted mostly by hellebores, hostas, digitalis, meconopsis and geraniums. The rose garden is planted with the old fashioned roses among them Bourbons, moss Roses, Damasks, Albus and Chinensis: and in the borders under the old Elizabethan wall are various agapanthus and some tender shrubs, with the roses.
Felley Priory was founded in 1156 and dissolved by Henry VIII in 1536. Later that century a new smaller house was built, which was added to in 1886. The garden was designed by Mrs. Chaworth-Musters, starting in 1976, when the hedges were planted and the herbaceous borders begun.