Heale Garden

Heale Garden and Plant Centre

Heale House is set in 8 acres of beautiful gardens with ponds and streams adding to the atmosphere

Deep in the Wiltshire countryside near Salisbury you will find the lovely Heale Gardens. A crystal clear chalk stream runs through the garden adding to the wonderful atmosphere of the place.
There is a varied collection of plants, shrubs, musk and other roses growing in the formal setting of clipped hedges and mellow stonework.
Particularly lovely, especially in Spring and Autumn, is the water garden planted with magnolia and acers, surrounding the Japanese Tea House and Nikko Bridge.
From 1906 to 1911, the owner Mr Greville created, with the assistance of Harold Ainsworth Peto one of Britain's most famous garden designers, a series of formal gardens, and a Japanese garden. This was influenced by Greville's experience when he was working at the British Embassy in Tokyo at the end of the C19.
SNOWDROPS - In Feb great drifts of snowdrops and aconites with a streamside walk. Make sure you do not miss the displays. If travelling long distances we recommend you telephone first.

Heale Garden Opening Times - see latest information by visiting website. Normally open from early February for snowdrops - check website for details (weather dependent as grounds can flood)). There is a good plant centre with a wide range of woodland plants and a great collection of trilliums.
The tea room serves light lunches and afternoon teas.


  • Telephone: 01722 782504
  • E-Mail: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.


  • Street: Heale Garden and Plant Centre
  • Postcode: SP4 6NT
  • City: Middle Woodford, Salisbury
  • County: Wiltshire
  • Country: United Kingdom


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