Fullers Mill Garden at West Stow near Bury St Edmunds to open for 2018 season on Easter Sunday
- Credit: Gregg Brown
Fullers Mill Garden near Bury St Edmunds has announced its opening date for the 2018 season.
The seven-acre garden on the banks of the River Lark, run by horticulture charity Perennial, will be opening its gates from Sunday, April 1 until the end of September.
There will be displays of spring bulbs and blossom on show, as well as refreshments served in the tearoom and plenty of plants for sale.
Perennial, which both owns and manages the garden, will be opening Fullers Mill for the first time since its creator, Bernard Tincker, passed away last November.
Annie Dellbridge, head gardener, said: “The team has been working hard over the winter to make sure it is all looking fabulous, with displays of colourful bulbs and early spring flowering shrubs such as Daphne and Forsythia.
You may also want to watch:
“We are delighted to be able to keep Bernard Tickner’s legacy alive by continuing to care for the garden and letting visitors enjoy it.”
- 1 The places with the highest and lowest levels of Covid in Suffolk
- 2 Stu says: Six observations following Town's 2-2 draw at Cambridge
- 3 Four men arrested after man dies at Felixstowe lorry park
- 4 2,000 patients visit A&E because they are feeling depressed
- 5 Town get home draw in FA Cup First Round as ex-Blues head to Sudbury
- 6 Jailed in Suffolk: J Block gang members and man who attacked train station staff
- 7 New fishmonger shop opens in Suffolk market town
- 8 'There's something missing in this team' - Town fans on draw at Cambridge
- 9 US jets to practice flypast over Suffolk this morning
- 10 Detective who trained generation of officers retires after 45 years