Coverwood Lakes has been owned by the Metson family since 1952. There is a bog garden and arboretum surrounding 4 lakes.
Beautifully landscaped garden set in 14 acres with specimen Rhododendrons up to 30 ft tall. Azaleas and Camellias, together with a wide variety of trees and flowering shrubs surrounding four lakes. Natural springs in the bog garden form streams to feed the lake. Along the edges of the streams, the dampness provides ideal conditions for Lysichitum, both white and yellow, and Gunnera Manicata to thrive. Bordering the paths are a great variety of Hosta, Trillium, and Lilies of the Valley.
The gardens were originally laid out in 1909 by Mr Stephen's of Stephen's Ink.
Specimen rhododendron and azaleas, blue cedar, douglas fir, wellingtonia, sorrel tree, swamp cypress.
Peaslake Road, Ewhurst, Surrey, England, GU6 7NT
Under the National Garden Scheme in Spring and Autumn. OPEN DAYS 2009 Monday APRIL 13th Sundays APRIL 19th, 26th & MAY 3rd, 10th, 24th (2-6 pm) Sunday OCTOBER 18th (11-4.30 pm)
£5 per adult: Children 50 to 16 £2 Children under five and Car Park Free