Initially, dairy farming was the sole activity at Red House Farm but the last 30 years have seen the creation and development of a beautiful and interestingly planted half acre cottage garden which complements the 1730 farmhouse. We encourage visitors to look around the garden when visiting the nursery. The garden is also open on designated dates for charity in support of the National Garden Scheme (see Days for these additional opening times).
A wide selection of plants is for sale in the adjoining nursery. Daily 10-5.
Featured in 'Worcestershire Life' - "...this is a classic example of what can be done in a small area with good design and thoughtful planning." (Marigold Webb)
A beautiful display of snowdrops, hellebores, puschkinias and spring flowering bulbs provides colour in the woodland garden.
A wide selection of fragrant shrub roses, aquilegias, irises, delphiniums and hemerocallis provide a rich tapestry of colour.
Late colour in the borders is provided by hardy chrysanthemums, dahlias, asters and carpets of autumn flowering cyclamen.