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Please check with garden owners or their website to confirm current dates open 19th March - 25th Sept; Every day; 10am - 5.30pm
7th & 21st Sept
March - Sept
Spring bulbs, azaleas and Rhododendrons and Herbaceous borders
Adult £5.50; Child free up to 16 years; Over 65's £ 4.75 Group £4.50pp daytime, £6 evening Membership cards to enable entry during the normal opening hours - Family £35, Over 65's £17, Single £21
Packed lunches available. Plant Hunters' Fairs 4th & 5th April, 29th & 30th August. There is an event, tour or activities every weekend including some for children see www.dorothyclivegarden.co.uk for information.
Spectacular waterfall Mature rhododendrons and azaleas Colourful summer borders Daffodil Walk and Tulip Walk.
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Market Drayton Nantwich
The garden is particularly well-known for its woodland plantings established in a disused gravel quarry. A spectacular waterfall cascades between mature rhododendrons, azaleas and choice woodland plants. A south facing hillside garden provides views of surrounding countryside. A scree garden, water features and coloured summer borders are among the many delights.
Colonel Clive himself and his friends, Kenneth Midgley (Landscape designer), Frank Knight (Director of Wisley), and John Codrington set about creating this peaceful garden in memory of Dorothy, the Colonel's wife, after she died in 1943.