Spring 2015
Open Wednesday to Saturday 10am - 5pm

E-mail: info@spinnersgarden.co.uk
Tel:   07545 432090
Admin: 01590 612196
Address: Spinners, School Lane, Boldre, Hampshire,SO41 5QE
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How to find us : Follow the brown signs off the A337 between Brockenhurst and Lymington.
Opening Times:

GARDEN & NURSERY
April - September
Wednesday - Saturday
10am - 5 pm.
GROUPS ANY TIME BY APPOINTMENT

Admission: Nursery: Free.
Garden: £5.00.
RHS members free individual entry to garden. Children under 16 free.
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Spinners is a stunning woodland garden to visit, with a collection of rare and unusual plants built up over the last fifty years and still being extended. It is small and privately owned and has a nursery on site where plants are propagated from the garden for those who appreciate finding something different. A garden for the plant lover.
Spinners in April
Late Spring at Spinners Garden
Late Spring in Spinners Garden

Cypripedum formosanum growing at Spinners
Cypripedum formosanum growing in the garden

News
Spring is the most exciting time of the year at Spinners and we have very much enjoyed giving groups a guided tour of the garden. Now that the magnolias and woodland carpeters are fading the interest is shifting to the pazazz of the rhododendrons, the spring colouring of the acers and the emergence of hostas, ferns, astilbes and rodgersias.

We are open Wednesday to Saturdays but will open at other times for groups or for those wishing to purchase plants from the nursery. Please ring us on 07545 432090 to make an appointment.

Our new home at Spinners is now complete but there is still more work to do on the landscaping round the house. We are also planning another path to connect the upper and lower woodland gardens and have not yet started on plants for the patio.

In the nursery, we continue to get the plants out for sale and have a much wider selection of perennials, particularly woodlanders. The plan is to propagate those rarer plants from the garden which cannot be found in the garden centres.

Andrew & Vicky Roberts