Lea Gardens

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Lea Gardens: Set amongst the high peaks and rolling dales of Derbyshire you will find a garden situated on a narrow lane between Lea and Holloway. Visitors come from far and wide to admire the rare collection of rhododendrons, azaleas, alpines and conifers in the lovely woodland setting. The gardens are set on a south west facing slope at a height of 700 feet above sea level, and have been open to the public, when the flowers have been in bloom the public since 1960. Try to pick a sunny day well before the end of the flowering season for your visit and you will be rewarded with a magnificent multi-colour display of flowers.

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Nearest railway station is Cromford.

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Opening times:

As the flowering season is comparatively short, the gardens are normally open only from mid-March to the end of June.

Prices:

Free

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Address: Lea Gardens, Lea, Matlock, Derbyshire DE4 5GH, UK.
Phone: +44 1629 534380
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