Thomas Edmonds, the manufacturer of the famous brand of baking powder, commissioned this garden around his new factory, built in 1923.
357 Ferry Road, Waltham, or from Edmonds Park off Ryan Street.
There is a dedicated car park at the back of the Gardens. Take the long driveway off Ferry Road.
Metroinfo has up-to-date bus information.
Dogs are allowed in the Gardens but must be leashed at all times to protect the heritage plantings.
Public toilets and plenty of garden seating.
Behind the Gardens, in Edmonds Park, there are large playing fields and a children's playground.
The garden and factory, which feature on the cover of the best-selling Edmonds Cookery Book, have been a horticultural delight for generations of visitors and residents.
The gardens have won many awards in civic beautifying competitions, and, until the late 1980s, a succession of gardeners were employed full-time to maintain and develop the formal geometric beds, lawns and plantings of annuals.
The City Council acquired a major portion of the original Edmonds Factory Garden in 1991 after the building had been demolished and the property sub-divided. Since then, a rose garden and an oval garden have been added. Recently new, enclosed areas of a more natural style have been developed, with an emphasis on low maintenance, featuring permanent plantings of evergreen shrubs and dwarf conifers.
The Edmonds Factory Gardens are a popular site for outdoor weddings and photography.
There are three spaces you can hold your wedding or event:
Contact us to find out about availability and to book.
Check terms and conditions [PDF, 831 KB] for booking a site at Edmonds Factory Gardens.
The garden is well supported by the local community and a dedicated group known as Friends of the Edmonds Factory Garden.
If you're interested in helping out, contact or join the Friends(external link).