Margery Fish’s iconic cottage garden at East Lambrook Manor
“In the development of gardening in the second half of the twentieth century no garden has yet had greater effect.” John Sales, National Trust
One of the best-loved privately owned gardens in England created by the late Margery Fish, celebrated plantswoman and gardening writer. Her natural gift for combining old-fashioned and contemporary plants in a relaxed and informal manner has created a garden of immense beauty and charm. The Grade 1 listed garden is renowned as the premier example of the English cottage garden style and is noted for its specialist collections of snowdrops, hellebores and hardy geraniums. 2013 marks 75 years since Margery Fish and her husband Walter began the garden here.
The garden reopened for the 2014 season on 1st February
We are NOT affected by the floods.
As at 28th March, the hellebores are still looking lovely along with lots of other things such as spring bulbs, euphorbia, primula, pulmonaria and so on all looking fabulous. Everything is bursting into leaf or bloom including the magnolias and making a great early spring display.
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From 2014 onwards the garden will be closed on all Mondays except Bank Holiday Mondays.
DON’T MISS OUR PLANT FAIR ON SATURDAY - SEE FULL DETAILS UNDER EVENTS
Early Spring Plant Fair - Saturday 29th March 2014
14 of the South West's top nurseries - 10am to 4pm
Did you see the garden on BBC Two's new series
Great British Garden Revival that began on 9th December? The programme on cottage gardens, which featured East Lambrook Manor Gardens as the lead cottage garden, was shown on Friday 13th December and Tuesday 4th March.
EAST LAMBROOK DIPLOMA IN HORTICULTURE
Next 30 week horticultural course starts here in September 2014.
Contact us for details of the next course or see Courses page of our website.
EAST LAMBROOK CERTIFICATE IN GARDEN HISTORY
Next 30 week garden history course starts here in September 2014.
Contact us for details or see Courses page of our website.
Telephone: +44(0)1460 240 328 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
East Lambrook Manor Gardens, East Lambrook, South Petherton,
Somerset TA13 5HH, United Kingdom