The walled garden at The Weir

The three-sided walled garden was dates back to the eighteenth century. Throughout the summer the three-acre plot is quiet the sun-trap, encouraging the fruit, flowers and vegetables inside to thrive.

The inside of the 1920s glass house

The Foster & Pearson glasshouse

If you're visiting The Weir Garden soon then make sure you pay a visit to the Foster & Pearson glasshouse in the walled garden. All sorts of interesting things are grown in here including succulents, grapes and fly-traps. Produce is also sold from here throughout the year, making a little extra income for the garden.

Blossom on a fruit tree in the walled garden

The walled garden at The Weir

Discover The Weir's very own secret garden just a short walk from the main riverside garden. With just three walls the garden captures the afternoon sun and really takes advantage of the beautiful view of the Wye.

Several varieties of colourful beetroot

Seasonal produce at The Weir

Seasonal produce lays at the heart of the walled garden at The Weir. For many decades the garden would have been used to supply the house with delicious food and flowers. Today it is utilised in a similar way only the home-grown produce is available for visitors to purchase. Why not help our cause by cooking something delicious?