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Whimble Gardens and Nursery

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Whimble Gardens and Nursery

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Flower_golf wrote a review Sep 2020
Hereford, United Kingdom139 contributions52 helpful votes
Drove 30 miles to get quality plants, only to find a sign by the door saying that the nursery was closed. No mention on the phone message that this was so, and the brown signs still point to the nursery.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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Mark A wrote a review Aug 2017
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A charming small nursery with a most fascinating show garden and meadow. Lovely home made cakes and tea. Unusual healthy inexpensive plants. Been visiting for years. Always good and something new to see
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Date of experience: August 2017
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Spuds1232016 wrote a review Aug 2016
Cardigan, United Kingdom25 contributions13 helpful votes
Nestling in the Radnor Valley, this really is a hidden gem of a garden. If only we'd visited a couple of weeks earlier we'd have seen the wildflower meadows before they were cut, but it was still well worth a visit. Incredible colours, and the most naturalistic planting, all with wildlife in mind. The welcome we received was heartfelt, the printed guide and map were clear and easily followed, and the refreshments were lovely and obviously home-made. Well worth a few hours of anybody's time on an overcast but pleasant late summer Sunday.
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Date of experience: July 2016
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diana s wrote a review Jun 2016
Chester, United Kingdom3 contributions3 helpful votes
A most beautiful, relaxed visit to this lovely spot. Leisurely stroll through the meadows and listened to all the insects, gently humming and buzzing. Plus the birdsong. Some really interesting plants in the more formal areas. Totally inspiring.
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Date of experience: May 2016
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Neal S wrote a review Sep 2015
Bromsgrove, United Kingdom165 contributions77 helpful votes
This is a smallish private garden and nursery in an attractive valley on the Welsh borders. Everything is very informal but there is a small fee to get in and you can get coffee and cakes. Nearest the house the garden is rather formally organised into garden rooms with really attractive and colourful planting. Further out it is wilder with swings in the trees, a pond and a viewing platform with great views of the surrounding hills. We more or less had the place to ourselves and spent a delightful couple of hours wandering, photographing ….and playing on the swings! You can buy a selection of plants from the nursery having seen the same plants in situ in the garden. Much better than the choice in most garden centres… A great visit for lover of gardens and plants!
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Date of experience: August 2015
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