Set in a beautiful Cotswold landscape, this hidden private garden has been created over forty years, originally with the help of landscape architects Hal Moggridge and the late Brenda Colvin.
Upton Wold Garden has an exceptional collection of trees, shrubs and plants, and also holds a National Collection of Juglans (Walnut) and of Pterocarya.
A garden of interest for any plantsman.
Some of the more unusual plants you will find when you explore Upton Wold:
- Lonicera tragophylla ' Maurice Foster
- Emmenopterys henryi
- Philadelphus maculatus
- Heptacodium miconiodes jasminodes
- Calycanthusfloridus 'Purpurens'
- Salix magnifica
- Cornus controversa 'Eddie's white wonder'
- Holboellia coriacea
- Drimys winteri
- Davidia involucrata
- Pterocarya fraxinifolia
- Rosa sericea pteracantha
- Magnolia acuminata 'Yellow Bird'
- Buddleia crispa agathasoma
- Arisarum proboscideum