Walled garden with prairie plantings and water rill at Broughton Grange Garden

Broughton Grange, Banbury

The gardens at Broughton Grange have been creatively restored with a modern twist to merge beautifully with the surrounding countryside

Broughton Grange Gardens are set in over 400 acres of beautifully undulating north Oxfordshire countryside. The gardens have been extensively renovated and developed over the past 20 years. The centrepiece is an impressive three-terraced walled garden created by Chelsea gold medal-winning designer Tom Stuart-Smith. Cleverley walled on two sides, the walled garden contrasts the form of topiary with wild luxuriant herbaceous planting whilst softly framing a rural backdrop.
There are many other areas to see including a stumpery, woodland garden, knot garden, wildflower meadows, water meadow, parterre and rose garden, long borders and a large arboretum full of interesting trees. At 80 acres the arboretum is one of largest such recent plantings in the UK.
The small plant nursery has a good selection of herbaceous perennials for sale.

2019 Broughton Grange Open - Tuesdays and Wednesdays May-September 10am-4pm.

Groups by arrangement Monday-Friday April to September, open on certain days for NGS - see website

Address

  • Street: Broughton Grange, Broughton
  • Postcode: OX15 5DS
  • City: Banbury
  • County: Oxfordshire

Contact

  • Telephone: 07791 747371
  • E-Mail: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

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