Burrow Farm Gardens

Introduction

East Devon's secret garden, a haven for both plantsmen and those searching for pure relaxation in beautiful, peaceful surroundings...

A beautifully landscaped ten acre garden created over the last forty years by Mary Benger. Awarded * status in the 'Good Gardens Guide', Burrow Farm Gardens will appeal to both the plantsmen and those seeking a relaxing walk round a tranquil garden and extensive views. It includes a fascinating woodland garden created in an ancient Roman clay pit, and the most recent addition is the millennium rill garden.

Homemade cream teas and light refreshments will complete your day's enjoyment at Burrow Farm Gardens.

Visit the nursery where you will find an interesting selection of plants and find Mary Benger at hand to give advice if required.

A recent addition is the new craft shop where many interesting items and gifts can be found.

General Information:

Brown tourist signs from A35 & A30
Gardens open daily April 1st - 31st October 2009
Morning coffee, light refreshments & homemade cream teas
Plant nursery and new craft shop
Coaches welcome by appointment
Special arrangements for conducted visits for parties at any time - please telephone 01404 831285
Ample parking and picnic area

John & Mary Benger
Burrow Farm Gardens
Dalwood
Axminster
East Devon
EX13 7ET

Telephone: 01404 831285

 



Last Updated: 28 Apr 2015