Visiting

2020 Opening times

Now open again from June 12th on the dates below

All between 11am – 5pm

  • April (4th to the 7th)
  • May (15th to the 18th)
  • June (12th to the 15th)
  • June (27th to the 30th)
  • July (10th to the 13th)
  • July (28th to the 31st)

These dates correspond in an average year with the main seasonal peaks of flowering. Notable amongst which are:

  • April (Magnolias and spring bulbs)
  • May (Azaleas, Japanese maples, Rodgersias, Wisterias, Iris, candelabra Primulas)
  • June (Massed perennials especially Dieramas)
  • July (Massed perennials including Agapanthus, Campanulas, Lilies)

Admission £7

Find Us

Wildside Nursery
Green Lane
Buckland Monachorum
Devon
PL20 7NP

Directions

We are less than a mile from The Garden House, close to the village of Buckland Monachorum. From the A386 at Yelverton (Plymouth – Tavistock road) follow the brown tourist signs to ‘The Garden House’.

Continue past the entrance to the Garden house (or turn right when exiting from their car park, if you are combining a visit to the garden there).

Go down the hill and go straight on, turning neither right nor left. We are 400 yards past the last houses in the village, on the left, at the point where the blue road signs are indicating the road becomes unsuitable for motor vehicles.

Map

Group visits

Over 25 people: We are happy to accept groups of over 25 in number on other days in May, June & July only from 10am – 4pm.

The admission for groups of this size is £6 per head (Please note there is a minimum admission charge for any group of £150 if visiting on a date other than those listed above).

Under 15 people: For smaller groups under 15 in number visiting on one of our open days listed above the admission charge is £7 per head

Should you require a pre-booked guided tour with Keith Wiley this will be an additional £50 / group (normally lasts 75-90 minutes)

Access

Unfortunately we do not have a tea-room and much of the garden is not accessible for wheelchairs and pushchairs because of the very narrow paths. Although dogs are not allowed in the garden there is ample opportunity for unlimited ‘walkies’ on the moor just over a mile away prior to a visit