The Original Garden Visitor's Guide

Burrow Farm Gardens

East Devon’s Secret Garden is a beautiful and secluded 13-acre garden with many unusual trees, shrubs and herbaceous plants.

A thatched stone summerhouse looks towards a lake and ancient oak woodland under planted with rhododendrons, azaleas and other woodland plants, a photographers dream. There is a bog garden created within an old Roman quarry. Azaleas flourish in the garden and Azalea Glade is a particularly tranquil and enchanted area of the garden.

The more formal Millennium garden features colour themed planting with a rill running through the centre into a formal pond. Particularly stunning later in the year is Grasses Garden which features Asters and ornamental grasses waving gently above the sunken path.

The wild flower meadow and wildlife ponds are a haven to dragon flies, bees and butterflies.

The garden is carefully designed to provide interest throughout the year with early spring interest and superb autumn colour.

Fact File

Opening Times: Daily 1st April – 31st October, 10am – 6pm
Admission Rates: Adult £7.00, Senior Citizens £7.00, Children £1.00. (Note: Dogs allowed on leads)
Group Rates: Minimum Size : 10. Adults £6.00, Senior Citizens £6.00, Children £1.00
Facilities: Plant Sales, Shop, Restaurant
Disabled Access: Yes, partial
Toilets on Site: Yes.
Car/Coach Parking: Yes.
Length of Visit: 2-3 hours
Tours: Yes booking required.
Events: Yes – refer to website
Booking Contact: Mary Benger,
Burrow Farm Gardens, Dalwood, Axminster, Devon, EX13 7ET
Telephone No: 01404 831285
Email: enquiries@burrowfarmgardens.co.uk
Website: www.burrowfarmgardens.co.uk
Location: 31/2 miles west of Axminster, 61/2 miles east of Honiton. Brown tourist signs from the A35

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