The Garden at Copt Howe
OS Grid Ref:-NY 315058
A highly attractive two acre mountain garden at Copt How in Great Langdale is open to the public. The garden holds superb collections of acers, camellias, azaleas, rhododendrons, rare shrubs, trees, unusual perennials and conifers, as well as expedition plants from worldwide mountainous regions and is well worth a visit
The garden with the dramatic backdrop of the Langdale Pikes
Offering superb views of the panoramic Langdale Pikes, the garden is described as 'a 2-acre plantsman's mountain paradise' and is said to be particularly spectacular in the Autumn. The owner, Professor Robert Haszeldine, is a keen collector of plants, shrubs and trees from mountainous areas of the Far East and Australasia. There are also extensive plantings of spring bulbs, a large selection of alpines and hellebores. Wildlife frequenting the garden includes red squirrels, badgers and a wide variety of birds.
Glorious Autumn colour in the garden at Copt Howe
Open to visitors under the National Garden Scheme in aid of charity. Located just north of Chapel Stile village on the Ambleside to Langdale road the garden is situated opposite the Langdale Boulders..
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