Dartmoor National Park is one big garden so please do explore! However, if it is the more refined, manicured garden you are after, we have that too.
Visit the home of Sir Francis Drake and wander the herb gardens; enjoy a bit of sculpture as well as plants at Stone Lane Gardens; soak up the grandeur of Castle Drogo gardens or see the best of Victorian landscape architecture at Canonteign Falls (and see England’s highest man made waterfall).
Take a look at a selection below; whatever your requirements, we have something for everyone on Dartmoor.
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Castle Drogo is currently undergoing a 6 year conservation project to make it watertight. Explore the castle‘s refreshed layout, with rooms redisplayed with installations and precious treasures displayed in new ways.
A lovely 5-acre landscaped woodland and water garden with beautiful National Collections of birch and alder trees from all over the northern hemisphere. Garden open all year with summer sculpture exhibition from May to October.
One of the most interesting gifts was a Magnolia delavayi near the wildlife pond which came from Agatha Christie's garden at Greenway on the River Dart.
Highest man made waterfall in England, situated in private parkland and ancient woodland in the Teign Valley. Lakes and natural gardens, wildlife abounds.Inviting café, well stocked shop and two play areas. The whole family will find something to...
This unique garden was established by Roger and Ann Bowden in the 1990s on several acres of land adjacent to our Sticklepath nursery. After collecting hostas for many years they were awarded a National Collection of Modern Hybrid Hostas.
Nestled in a tranquil haven on the edge of Dartmoor and along the banks of the River Dart, Buckfast Abbey – the only English medieval monastery to have been restored and used again for its original purpose.