East Lambrook Manor

East Lambrook Manor

East Lambrook Manor garden is a Grade I listed garden, created by the late author and celebrated plantswoman, Margery Fish. It is a quintessential English Cottage garden with abundant borders and an informal style. It was made famous by her books on cottage gardening and reflects her interest in plants, many of them wild, together with an inspired understanding of the conditions which suited them best.

The garden, which was designed to have all year interest, has noted collections of snowdrops, hellebores and hardy geraniums. Many well-known cultivars originated here such as Euphorbia ‘Lambrook Gold’, Polemonium ‘Lambrook Mauve’ and Artetemesia ‘Lambrook Silver’.

The medieval ‘hall house’ of Ham stone, which is not open to the public, stands amid a luxuriance of horticultural interest which spreads across the ambling paths and natural gullies. 

After Mrs Fish’s death in 1969 the garden, which remains in private ownership, has been superbly restored and developed. In addition to the garden, there is the Margery Fish Plant Nursery and Malthouse Gallery which is open during the high-season.



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