Furzey Gardens, near Lyndhurst
These delightful, informal gardens known as Furzey Garden was established in 1922 and is renowned for its all year round beauty. Set in the New Forest it is a great place to visit when on holiday.
Furzey Garden near Lyndhurst, in the Spring and early summer is a really special place to visit. There are plenty of places throughout to sit and enjoy the lake, wildlife, heather garden and a host of Summer and Winter flowering shrubs and trees of botanical interest at all seasons.
See the extensive collections of azaleas and rhododendrons, the strange Bottle Brush tree and flaming Chilean Fire trees.
More to this garden than you can imagine and best visited in May although there is something to see in every season.
The gardens are situated in the New Forest, one of Britain's National Parks, with lots of beautiful places to visit. It is also not too far from the coast and an ideal place for a weekend getaway. If you are looking for somewhere to stay why not try one of our recommended hotels listed on this page.
Furzey Gardens is part of a registered charity which provides, through the work of its sister charity the Minstead Training Trust, activities and training within day opportunities and accommodation based services for people who have learning disabilities.
Furzey Gardens Opening Times - see latest information by visiting website. Normally open all year, plant sales, craft-shop. Disabled access.
- Telephone: 02380 812464
- Fax: 02380 812297
- Street: Furzey Gardens
- Postcode: SO43 7GL
- City: Minstead, Lyndhurst
- County: Hampshire
- Country: United Kingdom
HOTELS AND PLACES TO STAY NEAR TO GARDEN
If you want to take a break near Furzey Gardens, why not stay in one of our recommended hotels. . Look now for Furzey Garden hotels