Myddelton House, Enfield
The Gardens at Myddleton House tell a compelling story about one of Britain’s most famous self-taught gardeners, artists and expert botanists - Edward Augustus Bowles.
He lived in Myddelton House from 1865 to 1954 and dedicated much of his life to transforming the Gardens with his love of unusual and exotic plants.
In 2009, the Gardens were awarded a Heritage Lottery Fund grant, enabling a two year project to restore several areas of the Gardens to their former glory, in particular the Kitchen Garden.
Visitor to the garden during February and March will see our impressive collection of snowdrops.
Myddelton House, near London
The Gardens are open all year round with an impressive range of flora each season, to stimulate your senses including displays of snowdrops.
Partial disabled access. Tea Room.
- Telephone: 01992 702 200 / 08456 770 600
- Street: Myddelton House, Bulls Cross
- Postcode: EN2 9HG
- City: Enfield
- County: Middlesex
- Country: United Kingdom
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