Named after Wordsworth’s house because of the plethora of daffodils, this is a spring garden full of daffodils, crocuses, primroses and other spring flowers. Hopefully the flowering cherries should also be showing. Set round the house both formally and informally, the gardens extend to other areas of woodland and pasture. Our host is an SGT member and has agreed to accompany us to explain
his methods of encouraging natural growth and biodiversity by control and ingenuity. Teas provided.
Date: Saturday April 4th
Time: 2 pm
Cost: Members £7 Guests £9
Wissett lies to the northwest of Halesworth. Arriving from the south on the A144 which starts off the A12 north of Darsham, take the Halesworth bypass. At the third roundabout continue north uphill for 100 or so yards and turn left to Wissett. Go through the village, past the pub, and take a turning to the right, Grays Lane, up the hill. Rydal Mount is on the left hand side after about ½ mile.
Rydal Mount, Wissett, Near Halesworth IP19 0JP