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Explore our Garden


In early spring, the ancient magnolia trees and the towering bushes of camellias are a lovely sight, with drifts of daffodils and primroses underneath. In May, the garden reaches its peak, with a spectacular display of rhododendrons and azaleas in bloom, and the scent of bluebells from the carpet fills the air.  June brings delicate pink roses climbing through the larches, meadow grasses, wildflowers, and a mass of wild orchids which flourish and flower throughout the garden.  


Enjoy an amazing display of summer flowering rhododendrons which range in colour from white and cream to many shades of pink, create a striking contrast with the blue hydrangeas in the garden. Visitors will also be able to enjoy climbing roses and a variety of species of wildflowers including orchids in Ramster’s meadows.


See the avenue of ancient maples, which burst into vibrant shades of fiery red. The Dove or handkerchief Trees, Davidia Involucrata, known for their unique spring flower bracts, also have excellent autumn hues of golden yellows, oranges. Other autumn highlights include our collection of flowering Dogwoods and Cornus ‘Norman Hadden’, fantastic for their stunning autumn colour and peculiar red fruits that appear to float on the ends of branches.

Ramster Garden in full bloom
Ramster Garden in autumn

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Visit Ramster Garden as many times as you wish during our opening hours.

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