Clovelly Court Gardens

Plants thrive in this sheltered sunny corner of North Devon. These old walled gardens are a contrast to the bustle of the village, so do go along and enjoy their tranquility and beauty. There’s always something to see, including kitchen gardens, colourful herbaceous beds, and restored Victorian glasshouses growing Mediterranean fruits such as peaches, apricots melons, grapes and lemons. You can buy bedding plants, vegetables and fruit here. The entry charge to Clovelly includes free admission, but you can visit the gardens alone for a small admission charge. Find them next to All Saints Church. Open all year.

Herbaceous borders