Since 2006, there has been a tranquil and impressive garden covering 4 acres at the Penny Brohn site in Pill, Somerset.
Our gardens are a big part of what we do at our National Centre; giving people who visit them the chance to explore nature, find peace and provide a place to relax despite the stress and anxiety they may be experiencing. Sadly, they are currently closed to visitors because of COVID-19 but we hope to open them again soon.
Planned and maintained purely by our amazing volunteers, the garden design has evolved and is of particular horticultural interest for several reasons such as the collection of rare trees, the apiary and vegetable garden.
Follow this timeline to trace the evolution of the Penny Brohn Garden.
You can also view our Interactive Garden Tour for a more detailed explanation of places around the garden and grounds.