Aulden Farm - Links
The Group for Beardless Irises - specialist subgroup of the British Iris Society devoted to Siberian, Japanese, Pacific Coast, Spuria and other beardless irises and iridaceae
The British Iris Society for all those who enjoy growing irises
The Hardy Plant Society
The National Garden SCheme - gardens open for charity in England and Wales
Plant Heritage - National Council for the Conservation of Plants & Gardens
The Royal Horticultural Society - Britain's leading gardening charity.
Our local iris group - enjoying garden visits, talks, an annual Show and exhibiting at the RHS Malvern Spring Show.
Ivycroft Garden & Nursery - just over a mile away from us, specialising in snowdrops, ferns and willows. Open by
arrangement and groups often enjoying visiting us both as our gardening styles complement each other.
Ashley Farm - a five acre garden around a 16C house, begun in 2004
Bryan's Ground and the home of Hortus, where traditional garden writing flourishes
Hergest Croft, Kington - the garden of Elizabeth & Lawrence Banks include many interesting trees in
their extensive mature arboretum
Four acre garden set around The Old Rectory enjoying panoramic views of the surrounding Herefordshire countryside and Hay Bluff.
Rhodds Farm near Kington - created by Cary Goode, where a mix of formal and informal produce a satisfying blend
A garden of follies by the old mill near Pembridge
Whimble Gardens & Nursery - near Presteigne, a delightful & idyllic spot
The Black Pear Gardening Club, Powick, Worcestershire
Llantilio Pertholey Village Produce Association, Abergavenny
Orleton and District Gardening Club, Herefordshire
Other Useful Links
Herefordshire Horticultural Hub promotes and links local skills and businesses
If you are visiting the area and enjoy roaming, Kington Walks walking festival takes place 21st-24th September 2017.
British Red Cross Great Spring Gardening Event 26th April 2017 at Newport House, Almeley, Herefordshire
Ruth Kirkby is a local botanical artist who recently (Oct 2014) won an RHS gold medal for Siberian Iris paintings - including some from our National Collection
We enjoy the food and hope you will too. Run by Stuart (the chef) who took over the pub in 2011