Fox Lodge Garden
Two acre garden with mixed plantings suitable for the soil conditions. Woodland plants, peat beds, a scree area, a large heather garden, linked pools with bog garden are all in informal setting.
From early April when there are swathes of daffodils in bloom, this is a garden to wander through leisurely and enjoy.
Well maintained informal, naturalistic style. Featured on BBC's 'Secret Gardens'.
Spring highlights: Trilliums, primulas, dodecatheons and other interesting woodland plants, rhododendrons etc
Summer highlights: bog garden & herbaceous
Autumn highlights: good leaf colour
Winter highlights: mature deciduous/evergreen trees
This garden has limited opening as part of the National Trust Ulster Gardens Scheme, please phone for an appointment before visiting. You can view details of the Ulster Garden Scheme at www.ulstergardensscheme.org.uk.
Member of the Ulster Garden Scheme
By prior appointment only, April to July.
£3 per person.
Directions from Town
The garden is close to Ballymagorry, 3 miles from Strabane, 10 miles from Londonderry on the main A5. Coming from Strabane, turn right onto Leckpatrick Road at the top of the hill after Ballymagorry. The garden is a quarter mile from the main road.