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The Savill Garden, Surrey

The Savill Garden forms part of Windsor Great Park, and is named after its creator, Eric Savill, who went to work for King George V in 1931, as Deputy Surveyor. He was a talented plantsman with a knowledge of farming and forestry, who set to work, and planted the seeds of the magnificent 35-acre garden that is there today. It is home to several National Plant Collections and forms part of “The Royal Landscape” – a clever catchphrase for all the surrounding areas, including The Valley Gardens.

Savill Garden

It has one of the most amazing collection of trees – including many that I’ve never seen before – summer borders that are still in bloom at the end of October; a water garden that is just outstanding; rhododendrons that left me gasping; and much, much more.

Full the full review see The Galloping Gardener.

Savill Garden - Trees in Autumn

Contact Details

The Savill Garden, Wick Lane, Englefield Green, Surrey. TW20 0UU.
T: 01753 860 222 E: enquiries@theroyallandscape.co.uk

Note: On their website it is advised, for sat nav purposes, that visitors try TW20 0XD as the destination post code.

Opening Days and Times

Open all year except Christmas Eve and Christmas Day. Summer season ends 31st October. Winter season ends 28th February. For a full list of times and charges see The Savill Garden page. This also contains details on Restaurant opening times and links to facilities, parking and disability access.