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[mosimage}Kim Davis moved to Lingen in 1979 to start his nursery, after gaining his degree in horticulture at Wye College. 

The garden has grown, providing plenty of interest for both the experienced gardener and the novice. It includes raised beds, rock gardens, herbaceous borders, alpine house and cottage gardens.  You are able to see a wide range of plants from early Hellebores, and the many different and unusual alpines grown here, to the summer delights of the Iris sibirica, herbaceous Campanula and Penstemons among the highlights of the summer garden. The year ends with the traditional autumn colours of Crocosmias and Rowans.

The Nursery holds the national collection of Iris sibirica (flowering in June) on behalf of Shropshire N.C.C.P.G, and the back up collection of herbaceous Campanulas (flowering in July) plus Kim and Maggie’s personal collections of Auriculas (March to May) and Alpine Penstemons (May-June).
It is a beautiful, peaceful garden that is full of inspiration.  The tea room grows in popularity and continues to offer the very best in home cooking using local produce.  Cream teas are always a mouth-watering delight here. 

Access is available to the Lingen Loop, part of the Mortimer trail which runs from Kington to Ludlow.
Tel. 01544 267720