This four-acre garden has been created by Raymond Treasure and Gordon Fenn. Both are keen plantsman and have incredible knowledge to share.
Stockton Bury has been in the Treasure family for three generations and much of the garden was pasture until the pair transformed it into this well-acclaimed garden.
New to the garden this year is the ‘Pavilion’ – this is a wonderful place to sit and enjoy views of the countryside. Expect to find new plants every year – many of which you are able to buy from the plant sales area. The garden sits at the heart of a working farm which was originally one of the Bury farms of the Benedictine Priory in Leominster. The dovecote and medieval barns remain important landmark features.
Raymond’s niece, Tamsin Westhorpe, who spoke to us in November last year, has now joined the gardening team. She has previously been deputy editor of Amateur Gardening magazine and Editor of The English Garden magazine.