Easton Walled Gardens

Our shop is designed to add an extra dimension to your visit. That means that we want to give you lots of interesting things to look at which are beautiful and useful. We sell a lovely range of well-priced cards and stationery and presents for 1 -100 years old. We also stock the Franchi range of vegetable seeds and our own range of sweet pea seeds. We have many varieties of Sweet Pea Seeds for sale in the shop.The courtyard outside the main shop includes a select range of plants that we feel our visitors would like to grow and gardening tools to help you maintain your garden at home.We are stockists for David Austin Roses and with over 60 varieties of roses in the gardens you can see them before you buy. We also sell surplus vegetable plantlets and are gradually increasing our stock of plants for sale that you may have seen in the gardens.

Opening Hours
Monday
Tuesday
Wednesday
Thursday
Friday
Saturday
Sunday

CLOSED
CLOSED
11.00-16.00
11.00-16.00
11.00-16.00
CLOSED
11.00-16.00

Easton Walled Gardens, Planting Lane, Easton Nr Gratham, NG33 5AP

01476 530063

info@eastonwalledgardens.co.uk

COVID-19 Restrictions

The history room is not open but you can purchase a Guide Book. We will not be allowing picnics in the gardens at the moment. The main toilets are open and cleaned regularly. Extra bins will be placed around the gardens, please dispose of takeaway rubbish here. We have marked out 2m social distancing points from the car park down to the courtyard. We have an admission entrance for all garden visitors, and another for shopping and toilet facilities. You may be asked to wait before you enter the coach house or courtyard shop if we are busy. We are encouraging visitors to use our hand sanitising station upon arrival. We are encouraging card and contactless payments. Our staff have been asked to regularly sanitise their hands along with cleaning down the counter and card machine. The toilets will be cleaned regularly as will benches, hand rails etc. The tearoom is open for takeaway hot and cold drinks, ice creams and cakes. You do not need to pay to go into the gardens if you just want to buy plants, seeds and gifts in the courtyard.

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