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Nature in Art Museum and Art Gallery

The Nature in Art garden is an expression of the art found in nature. A haven for wildlife with ponds, heritage apple orchard, championing old local varieties and flowerbeds focusing on native plants and aromatic planting. In May, the cow parsley is a main feature, along with primroses and aquilegia. Insect houses and sculptures (plus new ones specially for this opening) nestle in the greenery.

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Nature in Art Museum and Art Gallery
Nature in Art Museum and Art Gallery
Nature in Art Museum and Art Gallery
Nature in Art Museum and Art Gallery
Nature in Art Museum and Art Gallery
Nature in Art Museum and Art Gallery
Nature in Art Museum and Art Gallery
Nature in Art Museum and Art Gallery
Nature in Art Museum and Art Gallery
Nature in Art Museum and Art Gallery
Nature in Art Museum and Art Gallery
Nature in Art Museum and Art Gallery
Nature in Art Museum and Art Gallery
Nature in Art Museum and Art Gallery
Nature in Art Museum and Art Gallery
Nature in Art Museum and Art Gallery
Nature in Art Museum and Art Gallery
Nature in Art Museum and Art Gallery

About Nature in Art Museum and Art Gallery

The garden at Nature in Art garden is a space that continues to evolve over the years and has been a journey of transformation.

In the early spring, the garden boasts swathes of snowdrops followed by daffodils. In the summer, the borders are full, with plants such as Shasta daisies, catmint, geranium, echinops and coreopsis. From late summer and autumn come the Michaelmas daisies.

Aromatic planting provides a sensory delight to visitors and keeps the bees busy in our hive. Areas of the garden draw upon its surroundings of fields and hedgerow and remain ‘wild’.

On 20th May, there will be some new sculptures in the garden, all inspired by nature, by metal artist, Clare Robertson (Missfire) and contemporary artist blacksmith, Jenny Pickford who has previously exhibited at the RHS Chelsea Flower Show.

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Location details

Nature in Art Museum and Art Gallery,
Gloucester,
Gloucestershire,
GL2 9PA

Directions to Nature in Art Museum and Art Gallery
The turning to Nature in Art is opp the Twigworth Co-op. There is a ½m drive to the house.

Nature in Art Museum and Art Gallery openings

This garden has now completed its National Garden Scheme openings for this year.

Accessibility

  • Admission gives entry to Garden & Gallery. 2 wheelchairs available to hire, call in advance to book. Majority of garden is wheelchair accessible.
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FAQs

Yes, cashless payment is accepted.

Yes, coaches are accepted at Nature in Art Museum and Art Gallery. Please get in touch with the owners for details.

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

Yes, there are various plants offerred for sale at Nature in Art Museum and Art Gallery, please enquire with the owners for more details.

Yes, one or more routes at Nature in Art Museum and Art Gallery are accessible to wheelchair users.

Yes. Nature in Art Museum and Art Gallery 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.