• Magnolia “Heaven Scent”

    Magnolia “Heaven Scent” Tree No 95a – H22

  • Rose Bed near the Lily Pond

    The Varieties of the roses in the bed are captioned in the pictures above. NB Better photos will be taken when the roses are in flower. Five of the roses have been donated by Becky Davis, who has written a blog about the Gardens Read Becky’s Blog These are 2 Peau

  • Shrubs near Holm Oak at the Main Gate

    The shrubs planted near the Holm Oak can be recognised from the following Plan. Look up the number on the plan from the list at the bottom of the page.

  • Bhutan Pine 2016

    Tree No 99bPinus wallichiana (Bhutan pine) description Bhutan Pine Pinus wallichiana A native of the Himalayas and introduced into Britain in 1823 by A.B. Lambert. In the wild state can reach 46 metres. It grows at 2500/3000 metres A very rapid grower – the leading shoot can grow 75 cm annually. Pinus

  • Roses

    Roses and Other plants planted in November 2016 See Plan of Rose bed near Lily Pond The Public Gardens are enormously grateful for all the work, commitment and valuable plants supplied by Tesco, Wyvale, Ground Force, Pond Specialist and David Austin Roses.   In November 2016 the Gardens were lucky

  • Tulips

    The Tulips you see, planted in clumps, around the Gardens were planted in 2014, having been given in memory of Max and Gladys (who he always knew as Blossom) Bygraves, by their son Anthony. This is part of a country wide scheme to plant Tulips in places to lift the hearts of

  • Sarcococca confusa

    A group of 3 Sweet Box shrubs, planted in memory of Sister Marjorie Hunt a true friend of the Gardens 1931-2016 On April 26th 2017 a Magnolia stellata was planted in memory of  Sister Marjorie by members of the congregation of St Peter’s Church Bocking having jointly subscribed to purchase

  • Incense Cedar

    Tree 145a Incense Cedar Calocedrus decurrens This tree was planted in 2016,  in memory of James Simmons. Read more about James Simmons The Incense Cedars are native to Oregon and California in the USA. It grows as a magnificent column up to 37 metres high. The incense of its name