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Devon Gardens Trust is devoted to the preservation and enhancement of gardens in the UK county of Devon

Burrow Farm Gardens

District: 
East Devon
Parish: 
Dalwood
Grid ref: 
SY 242 993
Map no: 
Landranger 193
Type of site: 
Modern plantsmans garden.
Description: 

Beautifully landscaped 10 acre gardens with many interesting features, including woodland garden in the Roman clay pit with ponds, moisture loving plants and wild flowers.   Old roses and herbaceous plants are featured in the Pergola walk. The terrace garden specialises in late summer flowering perennials. The Millennium garden has a 'rill' and a traditional stone summerhouse.  The water features are combined with unusual plants. The colour combinations in the whole garden are stunning. A plantsmans delight. Good Gardens Guide recommended.

Conservation Area: 
No
Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty: 
Yes
Area of Great Landscape Value: 
No
Nature Conservation Zone: 
No
Coastal Preservation Area: 
No
National Park: 
No
Scheduled: 
No
Evidence: 
MapView plan, scale 1:2500 Getmapping aerial photograph 1:2500 Historic Maps c1880 scale 1:2500
References: 
Devon Gardens Trust Recording
Status: 
on Devon Gazetteer