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Frankham Farm

3½ acre garden, created since 1960 by the late Jo Earle for year-round interest. This large and lovely garden is filled with a wide variety of well grown plants, roses, unusual labelled shrubs and trees. Productive vegetable garden. Clematis and other climbers. Spring bulbs through to autumn colour, particularly oaks. Sorry, no dogs.

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Frankham Farm
Frankham Farm
Frankham Farm
Frankham Farm
Frankham Farm
Frankham Farm
Frankham Farm
Frankham Farm
Frankham Farm
Frankham Farm
Frankham Farm
Frankham Farm
Frankham Farm
Frankham Farm
Frankham Farm
Frankham Farm

About Frankham Farm

Frankham Farm is a working farm (organic arable and livestock). The garden has a large lawn with herbaceous borders, an attractively laid out vegetable garden, and woodland walks underplanted with spring bulbs, camellias, magnolias, azaleas and cornus. Vegetables, shrubs and trees are well-labelled. Modern toilets including disabled. Ground-level tea room with Frankham-grown lunches plus tea and cake.

Location details

Frankham Farm,
Sherborne,
Dorset,
DT9 6JT

Directions to Frankham Farm
Just off A37 - turn next to Hamish's farm shop signed to Ryme Intrinseca, go over small bridge and up hill, drive is on L.

Frankham Farm openings

For this open day you can book your tickets in advance. Click on the yellow button below to book or you can just turn up and pay on the day.

Refreshments Light refreshments in our newly converted barn (no steps). BBQ with our own farm produced beef, lamb & pork, vegetarian soup, home-made cakes made by village bakers.
Admission Adult: £7.00
Child: Free
Opening times 12:00-17:00

Accessibility

  • Ramp available for the two steps to the garden. Modern WCs inc disabled.
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FAQs

Yes, cashless payment is accepted.

Yes, coaches are accepted at Frankham Farm. Please get in touch with the owners for details.

Sorry, no dogs are allowed in the garden at this time.

There are no plants for sale for the time being.

Yes, one or more routes at Frankham Farm are accessible to wheelchair users.

Yes. Frankham Farm seeks to offer a sustainable refuge for nearby fauna and wildlife. These sanctuaries host diverse habitats supporting indigenous flora and fauna and nurturing local biodiversity.