Arboretum Director John Grimshaw’s cottage garden planted with a diversity of perennials and bulbs so that there is always colour and interest until peak flowering is reached in September. The garden is also home to Silver Sebright bantams and Lady Amherst’s pheasants.
This opening is possibly subject to change - please check the Yorkshire Arboretum website or call 01653 648598 before travelling.
Location: Settrington, Malton YO17 8NT. Turn to Kirkhill in the ‘hidden dip’ on the Grimston Lane between Settrington and North Grimston. Follow the farm track to the first house.
Parking: In the field or along the lane
Fully accessible, refreshments available, plants for sale
Full details of the Open Gardens 2017 programme may be viewed here.
Season ticket giving access to all gardens open during 2017 £25.00
Day ticket giving access to all gardens open on a single day £5.00
Purchase your tickets below, at the Visitor Centre or at any participating garden.