Our plants and animals
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Varieties of apples and pears dating from between Roman and Edwardian times ripen along the walls. The garden is ablaze with rich autumnal colours.
Spring to life
Daffodils and other early flowers add splashes of vibrant colour to the garden, much anticipated after a long winter. Old fashioned tulips contrast with early blossoming fruit trees.
Riotous colour floods the flower beds and the parterre as annuals and perennials bloom. Savour the scents of the roses in the walled garden. Sit awhile under bowers of purple grapes.
Spotted at Westbury
Kingfishers can be spotted down by the stream.
Herons are rather partial to the carp that live in the canals.
Sand Martins can be spotted at Westbury.
Watch out for our resident ducks; they like to join in with your picnic.
Collect a bag of food from the office and feed the myriad of carp that live in the canals.
We know that we have otters living at Westbury Court Garden, but they are so shy that we have never actually caught sight of them.
That's why we've installed a camera with movement sensors to find out what they are doing.
Pictures and videos will be displayed on site at Westbury so take a look next time you visit.