The Laskett Gardens is uniquely autobiographical
The Laskett Gardens is one of the largest private formal gardens to be laid out in England since 1945, the gardens form an ever evolving creation over forty years of the historian, writer and diarist Sir Roy Strong and his late wife, the designer, Julia Trevelyan Oman.
Their four acres celebrate an orchestration of surprise and thrilling vistas. There are some twenty different and contrasting ‘rooms’ including a rose garden, a knot garden, an orchard, a pleached lime avenue, parterres, herbaceous borders and the Colonnade Court.
New additions for 2018 are two stunning mosaics in the orchard and a Belvedere tower from which to view the garden on high – not to be missed.
This garden is a unique portrait of its makers, with the story of their marriage and their extraordinary lives woven into its very fabric.
Open for groups exclusively Tuesdays and Thursdays (Pre-booking required).
10:30am and 2:30pm
1 may – 27 September 2018
Non-groups welcome Wednesdays, please call ahead.
Contact Fiona Fyshe to book 07989 338217 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
£12 per person inc detailed souvenir map and audio guide.
Gift shop (no tearoom, own refreshments/picnics welcome).