Easton Walled Gardens

Enjoy a visit to 12 acres of 'lost' gardens which were once the grounds of a great house. Requisitioned by the army during the war the house fell into disrepair and was pulled down in 1951. After 450 years of continuous cultivation the gardens were abandoned for the next 50 years.

In late 2001 work began felling sycamores and scrub to see if the gardens still remained beneath. This story is still evolving but today there is a garden for the 21st century.

The gardens now include a David Austin Rose Collection, 100 varieties of Daffodil, 50 varieties of Sweet Peas, Irises, trial beds, cutflower garden and a yew tunnel. There are also two glasshouses, a cottage and vegetable garden.

There is a gift shop with plants and own seed range and delicious homemade teas and light lunches are available.

There is masses of space for children to run in and a visit here should leave you feeling relaxed and inspired to work on your own garden at home.

Easton Walled Gardens is situated 7 miles south of Grantham, approximately 30 minutes drive from Low Farm.

Easton Walled Gardens is one of the group of Hidden England attractions. For more information see our links page.

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