Wander through three acres of beautifully landscaped gardens situated in the picturesque Worcestershire countryside. The gardens surround a 17th century cottage which was once part of the Bishop of Worcester's estate.
If you would like advice on your "plot" or just need help and inspiration then come and walk through our "Gardens within Gardens" and enjoy the peace and quiet of our little bit of English Heaven.
The gardens are planted with over 800 varieties of mature trees, shrubs, perennials, alpines, heather's etc, chosen to give all year round colour and interest, with a large percentage being botanically labelled with Kew style professionally engraved labels.
To find out more about Creative Landscapes and their Garden Design & Landscaping work visit www.creativelandscapes.co.uk.
The house and gardens have served many purposes over the last three centuries. In early years it was a coach house for the estate and later the home of the housekeeper and butler of Whitlenge House, which the cottage stood in the grounds of. It has also been the village dairy and in late Victorian years housed three separate families.
The house also has a resident from centuries past who we call "Albert" although we now think it may be "Albertine", but that's a story you will have to ask us when you visit!.
Please note that only food puchased on the premises can be consumed on the premises.
NB Dogs not allowed in the garden and children's play area but welcome on the nursery
Tel: 01299 250669
Email: Whitlenge Gardens
Admission to the Nursery and Design Studio is free
Cyclists are welcome.
There is wheel chair access to most areas (not the Secret Garden) as well as disabled toilets. There are some areas of gravel, bark or grass.
Admission to the garden is £3.50 and accompanied children under 3 are free (children over 3 cost £1.50).
Parents beware there is open water in the show gardens.
Sorry no dogs allowed in the gardens and children's play area but very welcome on the nursery.
No picnics in the garden or play area. Only items purchased from the tearoom can be consumed in the play area but not in the main gardens.