By Arrangement gardens in Warwickshire

If you’re looking to organise a private visit to a garden, whether it be for a local group or for friends and family, a By Arrangement can provide something a little different. In Warwickshire there’s a range of gardens available for private By Arrangement visits, find out more below.

Oak House, Bubbenhall

Tucked away next to Waverley Wood, Oak House enjoys a walled garden that has been landscaped and extended over 30 years. The garden is split on 2 levels with seating areas allowing for relaxed appreciation of every aspect of the garden, with peaceful places to sit, ponder and enjoy. A focal point is the large terracotta urn, over 60 years old, which delivers vertical interest and the summerhouse and arbour which face each other diagonally across the garden. The curved borders have a wide range of planting creating distinct areas which surround the lawn. Opens for By Arrangement visits from May to October for groups of up to 10.

Paul's Oasis of Calm, Kings Heath

Garden cultivated from nothing into a little oasis. Measuring 18ft x 70ft. It’s small but packed with interesting and unusual plants, water features and seven seating areas. The council land in front of the house has been cultivated. Opens for By Arrangement visits all year for groups of up to 15.

8 Rectory Road, Solihull

Stunning town garden divided into areas with different features. A garden with unusual trees and intensively planted borders. Walk to the end of the garden and step into a Japanese themed garden complete with pond, fish and traditional style bridge. Sit on the shaded decking area. A garden to attract bees and butterflies with plenty of places to relax. Opens for By Arrangement visits from 16th June to 7th September for groups of between 10 and 40.

Woolscott Barn, Woolscott

A plantsman’s garden set in 1½ acres a great variety of plants. Large areas of shade plantings. Over 300 different snowdrops, anemone nemorosa, erythroniums, ferns and geraniums. A dwarf conifer rockery with a range of choice bulbs and herbaceous borders. Vegetable beds. Autumn brings mass plantings of Cyclamen to the party. There is a large area dedicated to propagation of more unusual plants. Opens for By Arrangement visits from February to September.

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