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Wolds and Map Page.
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What Fern is this.
Garden Design Servce.
Lincolnshire Today Reprint.
Links to Gardens in Lincolnshire.
(Lincolnshire Gardens.) All the best Lincolnshire gardens in one place, from their own website.
Walled Garden, Baumber, Horncastle.
The Walled Garden Baumber is a nineteenth-century walled garden, that once belonged to the former Stourton Hall now privately owned and restored by the Elton family.
(Mill Farm Garden.) A delightful hill top garden, in the Wolds.
(Hall Farm.) Wonderful range of plants and a delightful mature garden.
(Woodland Plants.) A peaceful shady garden full of interest
There is a surprise around
every corner at Woodlands. Lots of interesting plants.
(Uncle Henrys, farm shop and restaurant.)For the counties best in food and drink, plus a really good small garden.
(The Garden House.) A truly wonderful new garden to explore and plants too.
(Goltho Gardens.) A wide range of herbaceous plants and shrubs. Large garden.
(Grimsthorpe Castle.) A beautiful Large garden landscaped garden in a spectacular location.
(Aubourn Hall.) A delightful country garden.
(Doddington hall.) Old formal garden on a grand scale, hall and farmshop.
(Easton Walled Gardens.) Spectacular garden in delightful valley.
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(The Lincolnshire Gardens leaflet PDF.)
All of the above as a handy PDF leaflet to view or print for yourself.
(Marigold Lee.).Stephanie Lee.If you wish to check for gardens open
in Lincolnshire, why not try Stephanie, and her garden is well worth a look too.
Links to other nurseries.
(Pottertons) Alpines and Bulbs, wonderful nursery on edge of the Wolds.
(Westshores Nursery.) A really good grasses nursery in North Lincs.
(Cottage Nurseries.) A very well stocked general nursery in central Lincolnshire.
(Norwell Nurseries.) Newark Nottinghamshire. The nursery specialises in hardy Geraniums, Grasses, Geums. Hemerocallis and other woodlanders. Display Gardens.
(Morton Nursery Ltd.) Retford, Nottinghamshire. One of the best all round nurseries in the East Midlands.
(Kenwick Farmhouse Nursery.)
A retail nursery occupies a two acre site on the edge of the Lincolnshire Wolds (Louth) with magnificent views to the North Sea.
An extensive range of hardy perennials (including numerous unusual varieties), vegetable, seasonal bedding plants, conifers, shrubs and trees.
Many good garden links.
(B.P.S.)The British Pteridological Society Site, all things for the fern person.
(Forest Ferns) A really interesting and informative site, with a special emphasis on tree ferns.
(Peter Barnes) A wonderful and interesting site on ferns, here and abroard.
(Roger Golding)One of the best sites on British ferns..
Other Garden Links
(Wroot Water.) For all your irrigation needs, this firm has a great range of products, to help with watering. Good advice and prices.
(The Plantfinder.)If you cannot find the plant you want then try the Royal Horticultural Society, Plantfinder Online.
By far the best resource for finding the plants you need, not to mention their names and spellings.
You can also get it in book form which is quicker and easier to use.
(Hot Frog.)One of the best, (and easiest to use), business directories.
Lincolnshire, Wolds and Binbrook Links.
For many Lincolnshire links, (especially to businesses in the county) try below.
(Binbrook Bowling Club.) The heart of our village social life and a major feature of the Fern Nursery garden.
(Binbrook Motors.) Our village garage and our neigbours, the best (only) garage for seven miles.
(The Plough Inn.) Our village pub, good food, drink and a warm welcome just beyond the village square. (Food 12 to 2pm and evenings.)
(The Lincs Wolds) The Lincolnshire Wolds Countryside Service. Many useful pages on the Wolds.
(Spilsby info.)For Spilsby.
(Alford info.)Good site about Alford.
Places to visit and Events.
(Flower Power Fairs)A wide range of really good fairs covering a large area.
(The Hardy Plant Society)Perhapes the best of garden clubs.
(The Lincolnshire HPS)Local group of the above.
(Garden Visit dot. Com.)A very good site with all the gardens and nurseries you could wish to visit.
(Wold view House)Really good B.& B. on top of the Wolds!