The garden is a beautiful and peaceful place at any time but particularly in Spring, early displays of snowdrops, magnolias, rhododendrons and camellias are followed by the fritillary and wild flower meadow.
There are many unusual flowering trees and shrubs including stewartia, davidia and cornus as well as underplanting of woodland perennial and bulbs. Rambling roses and hydrangeas flower during the summer, and the garden can look spectacular in Autumn as the trees and shrubs change colour and are covered in fruit.
Guided garden tours are available.
Entry into the garden is by ticket only: Adults £6, Children free.
The Place for Plants also has a well stocked Plant Centre and a cafe, situated in the Victorian Walled garden at East Bergholt Place adjacent to the garden and arboretum. A perfect for a break after exploring the garden.
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