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Welcome to my garden

This site is designed to give you a chance to look at my garden full of unusual plants at my home in Jersey, Channel Islands.

Please look around my site and I will be pleased to welcome you to my garden.

Details on how to find me are below.

This short video gives you a flavour of a visit to my garden.

Where is my garden?

Our home and garden is in St Ouen in the largest of the Channel Islands, Jersey. It maybe a small garden measuring just over quarter of an acre but it contains many rare and unusual plants. With over 2,000 mainly herbaceous perennials from all over the world; all nurtured in accordance with organic principles. A large bog garden contains a collection of over 80 water loving Irises and many other plants that relish the damp conditions, such as Primulas, Lobelias and Trollius. Other areas of the garden provide the drier conditions loved by plants like Geraniums and the sun loving Salvias; a large collection includes many tender species from Central America. Every day of the year there is a Clematis in flower somewhere in the garden not surprising with over 200 different varieties and species clothing every available support.

Visiting my garden.

The garden is open to visitors, by appointment, from May to the end of September at 11am or 2pm each Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday. Groups may visit at other times by arrangement.

£7.00 per person, includes a tour around the garden with me which is both informative and fun.

Our full address is: Creux Baillot Cottage, Le Chemin des Garennes, Leoville, St Ouen, Jersey, JE3 2FE Channel Islands

It is essential that you contact me as access is limited and to avoid disappointment.

Telephone +44 (0) 1534 482191.

How to find me.

Maps and leaflets are available from the offices of Jersey Tourism look at their web site to find out more about how to travel to Jersey and the other attractions you can visit in Jersey.

Or, download and print this map.

A real plant lovers paradise.

I am often asked for a copy of my plant catalogue, so I am now pleased to attach a copy, which like the garden itself is continually under review.