Broomclose, a stunning Arts and Craft house, has a garden divided into idyllic pockets, from the Camelia Walk to the vegetable garden.
As there is a milder eco-climate here you will find unusual sub tropical trees and plants. It has been described as “bee heaven” by local beekeepers due to the huge array of bee friendly plants. David is a passionate beekeeper and hence has very happy bees! He will be around to answer questions you may have about this incredibly important aspect of wildlife conservation. You can then see the bees with their hives in the garden. The garden looks over Porlock vale which is a site of specific interest. It is worth a wander along the beach after your visit.
Afternoon tea will be served on the lawn, surrounded by the incredible flower beds with Nicky’s famous cakes made with produce from the garden.
This event will be taking place on both the 17th and 18th June 2017
This event forms part of our Somerset's Wildlife Gardens initiative, for more information on other Somerset's Wildlife Garden events click here.
Broomclose, Porlock, Minehead, TA24 8NU
For more information about this event please contact 01823 652400 or email email@example.com
£4.00 per adult, free for children