The Lookout, Lympstone
No 2 in Alan Titchmarsh's Top 10 most challenging gardens on his recent ITV series Britain's Best Back Gardens, The Lookout's 2 acre garden sits with its toes in the water, near the mouth of the Exe Estuary. It has has been lovingly created from a derelict industrial site by its garden designer owner and now, after 10 years of opening for The National Garden Scheme, is open by appointment to groups, clubs & societies.
Flotsam & jetsam finds compliment the naturalistic style seaside planting designed to harmonise the garden with its surroundings & create that washed up from the beach feel. A circular walk takes you through a variety of wildlife friendly habitats and provides numerous places to stop and take in the extensive views, estuary bird life and salty air.
Over 200 varieties of carefully selected plants, sea trialled for their wind and salt tolerance, enjoy the challenges of coastal living.
Refreshments available by request in advance.
More details on the Lympstone Village website www.lympstone.org/businesses/lookout-landscapes/
Call Jackie on 01395 264263 to arrange a private view or guided tour for your group (10+), club or society.
Jackie loves naturalistic planting especially prairie style grasses & perennials but uses a huge number of species in her designs.
She also loves wildlife friendly plants & tries to incorporate as many as possible into her planting schemes.