Ramster is famous for its stunning collection of rhododendrons and azaleas, which flourish under the mature woodland canopy.
Established in the 1900s by Gauntlett Nurseries of Chiddingfold, with influences from the Japanese gardens, it now stretches over twenty acres. April heralds the arrival of many varieties of daffodils, complementing the camellias, the early flowering rhododendrons and the stunning magnolias.
The carpets of scented bluebells contrast exquisitely with the fiery display of azaleas and rhododendrons in May and the warmth of June brings forth the Mediterranean grasses, and the subtle pink climbing roses. In the bog garden a mass of colourful primulas cascade down the rill, and stepping-stones weave a path under the leaves of the giant gunnera.
Always peaceful and beautiful the changing colours are reflected in the pond and lake. Wildlife abounds throughout the season, including kingfishers, herons, ducks, geese and moorhens. Spring 2018 Opening times - see below
Spring 2018: 17th March – 11th June 2018 10am – 5pm Daily
Entry prices for Spring 2018 increase to £7.50.
Admission Rates: Adults: £7.00, Children: Und14th October – 29th October 2017 10am – 4pm daily
This opening is for the spectacular Autumn colour, including our exceptional display of Japanese influenced plants, with an avenue of ancient Acers, a sight not to be missed!er 16 – free, Registered Disabled: £3.00, Couples Season Ticket: £35.00, Individual Season Ticket: £25.00
Group Rates: Group Adults: Minimum Groups Size: 10 £6.50
Events: Ramster Embroidery Exhibition 10th March – 26th March 2017
Facilities: Plant sales (in May and June), Teahouse serving teas, sandwiches, cakes, drinks and snacks.
Disabled Access: Some paths are suitable for wheelchairs particularly motorised ones. Disabled Toilet and Parking on site
Coach Parking: Yes
Length of Visit: Between 2-4hours
Booking Contact: Ramster Gardens, Petworth Road, Chiddingfold, Surrey GU8 4SN
Telephone: 01428 654167
Location: 11/2 miles south of Chiddingfold on the A283