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Whitlenge Gardens, Nursery & Restaurant – Whitlenge Gardens


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01299 250720

Whitlenge Gardens as featured on ITV – Alan Titchmarsh’s ‘Love Your Garden’ show!

Visit our ” Gardens within gardens “- take your time and be inspired

Wander through three acres of beautifully landscaped gardens situated in the picturesque Worcestershire countryside. The gardens surround a 17th century cottage which was once part of the Bishop of Worcester’s estate.

If you would like advice on your “plot” or just need help and inspiration then come and walk through our “Gardens within Gardens” and enjoy the peace and quiet of our little bit of English Heaven.

The gardens are planted with over 600 varieties of mature trees, shrubs, perennials, alpines, heather’s etc, chosen to give all year round colour and interest, with a large percentage being botanically labelled with Kew style professionally engraved labels.

Walk through the twisted pillar pergola,and large bog garden with the gigantic leaves of Gunnera (some six feet across) from mid summer through to autumn.

Listen to the many different sounds of the water features, all built by our own students. A small stream ,millstones, rock and cobble bubblers, and several wall and floor mounted water features plus many more inspiring ideas to fit gardens of all shape and sizes.

A Green man fountain, the inspiration for which is the English god of the wild wood, and was created by the artist Rodney Munday.

The house and gardens have served many purposes over the last three centuries. In early years it was a coach house for the estate and later the home of the housekeeper and butler of Whitlenge House, which the cottage stood in the grounds of. It has also been the village dairy and in late Victorian years housed three separate families. The house also has a resident from centuries past who we call “Albert” although we now think it may be “Albertine”, but that’s a story you will have to ask us when you visit!

01299 250720




  •   Accepts groups
  •   Baby changing facilities
  •   Children welcome
  •   Coach parties accepted
  •   Disabled access
  •   Disabled toilets
  •   Dogs not accepted (except guidedogs)
  •   Facilities for groups
  •   Free Parking
  •   Gift shop
  •   On-site catering
  •   On-site light refreshments
  •   Public toilets


Admission to the garden is £3.50 accompanied children 3 years and over cost £1.50. under 3 free.

Opening Times

Mon - Sat 9am to 5pm Sun 10am - 5pm