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The result of over 50 years of hard work and application of the huge body of plant knowledge possessed by Beth Chatto and her late husband Andrew. He researched not only the country of origin, but also the environment including soil and climate.

Visitors cannot fail to be affected by the peace and beauty of the garden. Ecological communities are governed by prevailing conditions, giving rise to variation such as dry or damp grasslands, woodlands, mountain plants or bog plants.

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Beth Chatto and her husband Andrew built a house on wasteland owned by the Chatto family farm.

The site had very low rainfall, forcing the Chattos to design a garden that would thrive in dry conditions.

And if you wish to follow in the footsteps of Beth’s gardening ideas, the nursery stocks over 2,000 varieties of plants for you to buy and take home.

Internationally famous gardens, including dry, damp and woodland areas. Opening for NGS: Saturday 18 March (9am - 5pm), Sunday 1 October (10am - 5pm). Andrew Chatto's life-long study into the homes of garden plants has been the inspiration for their style of gardening.

Open seven days a week, with a large plant nursery propagating quality plants all year round, these world famous gardens will astound and delight you.

The Beth Chatto Garden was begun in 1960 on a faily level site just east of Colchester.

Water Garden I'm biased, but for me this was the most interesting of the main garden areas.

The water garden is built around four large ponds, with luxurious rich plantings of water-loving species.

We have a large Tearoom overlooking the Gravel Garden and nursery, offering homemade breakfasts, lunches and teas. From these communities come many of our garden plants.

We have a large Tearoom overlooking the Gravel Garden and nursery, offering homemade breakfasts, lunches and teas. Mrs Beth Chatto For other opening times and information, please phone 01206 822007, email [email protected] or visit The Beth Chatto Gardens are an example of turning unfavourable conditions into a positive advantage, using plants adapted by nature to their environment.

A spring-fed ditch was dammed to form several ponds around which water gardens offer a home for damp-loving plants.

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