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WINNER OF YORKSHIRE IN BLOOM TOURIST ATTRACTIONS AWARD 2018

Yorkshires Hidden Gem.

 

The Himalayan Garden & Sculpture Park is now open. From the 6th of October to the 4th of November 2018, visitors will be able to enjoy the beautiful autumn colours in this tranquil woodland setting. Autumn highlights include Rare Trees, Acers and Autumnal Grasses, complimented by over 70 contemporary sculptures.

The Himalayan Garden & Sculpture Park in Grewelthorpe is a private garden owned by Peter and Caroline Roberts. In 2005 they decided to welcome the public to enjoy its beauty for an eight week period each spring and a fortnight in the Autumn. Since then the opening period of the Gardens has extended to twelve weeks in the Spring and four weeks in the Autumn. The prolongation of the season made possible by the extensive planting program undertaken over the last 13 years; culminating in what is  widely classed as the largest collection of rhododendrons, azaleas and magnolias in the North, with almost 20,000 plants.

Considered by many to be a botanical masterpiece, the garden, arboretum and sculpture park is set in stunningly beautiful woodland; enhanced by peaceful natural springs, lakes, over seventy striking contemporary sculptures and a number of features including a Himalayan Shelter, Pagoda, Summerhouse, Bridges and a Contemplation Circle (consisting of five chairs carved from Giant Redwood). Other attractions include a Log Cabin Tearoom serving a hot and cold drinks, a variety of food options and delicious cakes and tray bakes. A woodland playground provides entertainment for the children and a well stocked Nursery allows you the opportunity to take a memento of your day home.

Tickets may be purchased online or upon entry at the Ticket Office.

 

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We are a specialist plant nursery growing species Rhododendrons, hybrid Rhododendrons, Azaleas (which are Rhododendrons!) and companion plants for Rhododendrons! At The Hutts, the Gardens and the Nursery are intertwined. Much of our propagation work is led by what he have (and don’t have!) in the garden. Constantly working to expand the collection, we source new material from other specialist nurseries and private collections. We also grow species Rhododendrons from wild collected seed for both the garden and for sales stock.

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