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This classic house is an emporium of gifts and stylish items for your home.
8th Aug; 9am - 6pm
All year round. Please check website throughout the year for up-to-date information on our family friendly events.
Clematis collection, Wisteria, shrubs, trees, herbaceous, garden design, ornamental duck pond, the gazebo (the history of the gazebo is some-what a mystery but it is believed to have been an ice-house, music pavilion or summer house) and Burford Church (once part of the estate which is worth a visit, particularly for a fascinating triptych (three board painting) beside the alter. If you look hard enough if the gardens you can find stone remains or an earlier Norman Castle.
Burford House & Gardens is now home to Burford House Garden Store, Burford House Shopping Emporium, and a Caf?-Bar serving home-made breakfasts, lunches, snacks & treats. There is also a salvage shop and yard with interesting bygone items for sale. Family friendly events throughout the year, please see our website for more information.
350 varieties of clematis - sometimes as many as 50 in flower at one time. 2000 other varieties of plants, including one of the garden's great wonders, the giant Wisteria macrobotrys 'Burford', which in May cascades spectacularly down the back of the house. Planted originally in 1960, it fills the air with divine perfume, and the racemes hang sometimes two feet in length.
Local accomodation is plentiful.
Peacock Inn, Boraston Roebuck Inn, Brimfield
8 miles from Ludlow, 1 mile from Tenbury, 20 miles from Worcester, 20 miles from Hereford, 10 miles from Leominster, 20 miles from Kidderminster, 20 miles from Malvern and 20 miles from Bridgnorth.
This charming seven acre garden was planted in the 1950s to compliment the stylish Georgian house until a period of neglect led to the gardens decline. From 2013, an army of volunteers, aptly named Burford House Garden Angels, have been working hard to restore the 4 acre gardens. The fluid design of the gardens are enhanced by interesting shrubs and trees, imaginatively used and comprehensively labelled. There are fabulous roses and naturalised herbaceous displays and pleasing areas of water gardens for moisture loving plants. But Burford means Clematis - over 350 varieties - cleverly trained, grown and displayed among shrubs - In summer there may be as many as 50 varieties in flower at one time.
There are a vast number of other varieties of plants, including one of the garden's great wonders, the giant Wisteria macrobotrys 'Burford', which in May cascades spectacularly down the back of the house. Planted originally in 1960, it fills the air with divine perfume, and the racemes hang sometimes two feet in length.
The Georgian turfed bridge spans the Ledwyche Brook and takes you to the arboretum and the large areas of wildflower meadow.
Originally Designed by John Treasure in the 1950's.