The Laskett

A uniquely autobiographical garden inspired by the Arts & Crafts movement.

A uniquely autobiographical garden inspired by the Arts & Crafts movement.

Be inspired by The Laskett’s year-round garden that brings a biographical celebration of the arts to the Herefordshire countryside. This remarkable garden that never stands still sets a moving scene for special events, aesthetic tours and the exclusive Laskett picnic.

Sir Roy Strong gifted The Laskett to Perennial in 2021 to help people in horticulture. Created with his late wife Julia Trevelyan Oman, every part has a story to tell of the love of a very happy marriage and the creative landmarks of their lives.

Plan your trip


Opening times for


Booking essential

For full details please see events below.



Partially Open



  • On Site Parking
  • Toilets
  • Gift Shop
  • Cafe
  • Plants Sales
  • Toilets


Please be aware that The Laskett’s uneven surfaces, grassed areas, narrow paths and gravel walkways make it unsuitable for wheelchair access, but work is underway to make it more accessible.

  • Wheelchair Access

    Please be advised the garden can be difficult for visitors who are solely reliant on a wheelchair - please see above for specific garden details.

    The companion of a disabled visitor is admitted free of charge.

  • Assistance Dogs

    To help us preserve its charm, the garden only allows assistance dogs.

    We are sorry we can’t admit family dogs or other pets.


We invite you to enjoy tea and cake or a Laskett picnic on your visit.

  • Tea room

    Enjoy tea, coffee and delicious cakes in our tea room.

  • Picnics

    Treat yourself to an afternoon tea style picnic including freshly made sandwiches and scones with sweet and savoury nibbles accompanied by The Laskett Apple Juice. 

    Please note: a minimum of 48 hours notice is required for all picnics.

    Unfortunately picnics will be unavailable on the 14, 16, 21 and 23 May

  • Opening times

    Our tea room in open during garden open hours.

    10:30 - 16:00

    10:30 - 16:00


Once you’ve toured the garden visit our fabulous gift shop stocked with seasonal cards, stationery and gifts for garden. We also have plants on sale for you to take home.

  • Gift shop

    Our gift shop sells a wide selection of Sir Roy Strong’s books and a range of gifts that are exclusive to The Laskett including specially commissioned tin picnic plates, greeting and postcards, coasters & tea towels.

    Check out our range of The Laskett inspired gifts, new for the 2024 season.

  • Plant sales

    Treat yourself from a range of plants available.

  • Online shop

    You can also shop our full range of hundreds of cards and gifts in our online shop.

How to travel to The Laskett


Laskett Lane
Much Birch


We are located on Laskett Lane, a single track road off the A49 between Kingsthorne and Harewood End.

Public Transport

Bus 33 from either Ross-on-Wye or Hereford stops at the end of Laskett Lane. We are approximately a 5 minute walk from the bus stop.


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