Westcroft garden is open on select days this Spring as part of the National Garden Scheme.
Whilst overflowing with roses in June, in Jan and Feb the bones of this ⅔ acre galanthophile’s garden on chalk are on show. Brick and flint walls, terraces, rustic arches, gates and pond add character. Drifts of snowdrops carpet the floor whilst throughout is a growing collection of over 400 named varieties. Many hellebores, pulmonarias, grasses and seedheads add interest. Snowdrops (weather dependent) and snowdrop sundries for sale, greetings cards, mugs, bags, serviettes etc. Home-made soups, scrummy teas inside the house.
Wheelchair access is limited to lower levels and not easy when the ground is soft in mild or wet weather.
On A338 from Salisbury, just past Boscombe & District Social Club, park there or in field opp house, signed on day. Disabled parking only on drive.
Adm £3, chd free. Visits also by arrangement Jan to Mar for groups of 20+ on weekdays only except Thursdays.
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