seasonal spotlight - hydrangeas
At Exbury we have more than 80 different cultivars. There is a dedicated hydrangea walk where visitors can enjoy the different flower shapes and colours, through pinks, blues, purples and dark reds. Also, the main drive has a magnificent drift of a dozen different varieties of paniculatas with their amazing panicles of creamy white flowers that are tinged with pink later in the season.
Visit to appreciate the Herbaceous Borders, the Iris Garden and the Sundial and Centenary Gardens. Seek out woodland walks like the one under the Seqouia trees on the Camellia Walk for the coolest of walks on the hottest of days.
Learn about the importance of
native Yew trees in england
Learn about birds by the
Beaulieu River in the New Forest
Learn how to tell the age of an oak tree and
hear facts about Quercus that are native to the UK
Learn about the layers within
a woodland and Butcher's broom
We hope you enjoy learning about our New River Walk over the next few weeks and get the chance to visit this great garden feature soon.