Greenbank Garden

The garden of Greenbank House is an educational garden to inspire and educate visitors on how to grow a very wide range of more unusual plants which are available in the trade.
A wide collection of Narcissus, currently 447 different named forms are grown here

Various plant trials are conducted here for 'Gardening Which?' (The horticultural arm of the Consumers’ Association)

The National Collection of Bergenia (108 named forms)

Over 3,700 different plant forms currently on the stock record

The Walled Garden is divided into 30+ domestic-sized themed gardens including seasons, colours and senses

Venue Type:

Garden, parklands or rural site

Admission charges

FREE to members - Join NowAdult £5.50, Family £15, Single Parent £10, Concession £4

Additional info

Two assisted-use wheelchairs are available for visitors. There are 8 steps to the door of the house, then it is level. (Upper floor not open). Gentle slopes in garden with mainly lawn grass paths.WCs are in the courtyard adjacent to reception/shop/tearoom. The shop and tearoom have level access. Sections of the garden are planted with scented/textured plants and there is sound from water features.

Greenbank Garden
Flenders Road
G76 8RB




0844 493 2201

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