Stop Press. Due to the unprecedented amount of rain once again we are having to cancel the open garden for the NGS this coming weekend 29th April but the nursery will be open from 10.30 – 4.30 for any one feeling a need to look and purchase plants. There are some interesting plants available.

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White Cottage Garden is in the heart of the Worcestershire countryside in an area of peace and tranquillity. It is a mature landscape of approximately 2 acres with many features and different types of garden design. It is a haven for the local birds and wildlife, and a veritable feast of species and colours to inspire any gardener throughout the seasons.

The Nursery will be open  between April to end of August on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursdays from 10.30 am -4.30 pm.- please phone to confirm we are open 01386 792414  before you travel. The garden is usually open at the same time.

Entry to the Nursery is free and the Garden entry is £4.50. Tea/coffee and cakes are usually available.

The Garden is open regularly for the National Garden Scheme but is also open by appointment for groups and individual visits. See Contact Page for details.

If you are considering a group visit to White Cottage Garden why not combine it with a visit to the outstanding gardens of Morton Hall ( and it’s magnificent views across the Worcestershire countryside.  To arrange a visit to Morton Hall contact Email:- or Telephone +44 (0)1386 791820       

The Nursery will be open on Thursdays from the beginning of April through to the end of August from 10.30am – 4.30pm . Please ring before coming any distance to check that we are open. Visitors are also welcome at other times by prior phone call.

The proposed dates for the National Garden Scheme for 2023 are as follows:-

Sunday April 16th

Sunday April 30th

Sunday May 28th

Monday May 29th

Sunday June 11th

All dates are hours between 11am and 4.30 pm.

Come along and enjoy a pleasant and perhaps inspiring visit to the Garden and be tempted by the plants on the nursery, many grown from those in the garden.