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19 Redland Crescent

Although it is tiny the garden feels immersive because of the style of planting and the seven trees which give a feeling of seclusion in this urban setting. The lawn has been replaced, cottage style planting. and a tiny pond provides interest and the peaceful sound of running water.

Owner Info

  • Sally Geldard
19 Redland Crescent
19 Redland Crescent
19 Redland Crescent
19 Redland Crescent
19 Redland Crescent
19 Redland Crescent
19 Redland Crescent
19 Redland Crescent
19 Redland Crescent
19 Redland Crescent
19 Redland Crescent
19 Redland Crescent
19 Redland Crescent
19 Redland Crescent
19 Redland Crescent
19 Redland Crescent

About 19 Redland Crescent

This garden has matured over 6 years into an urban oasis. It is planted with a range of shrubs, trees and plants which have an informal feel within beds which are edged with low ibis hedging.
The gravel paths meander under archways planted with clematis and roses and a tiny pergola with jasmine and more roses. The paths reach a small circular patio with seating which is nestled into the garden giving it a cozy feel with a nice view of the tiny pond. Perennial planting encourages a wide range of pollinators and is voluptuous for such a tiny garden which adds to the feeling of being surrounded by nature.

Location details

19 Redland Crescent,
Manchester,
Lancashire,
M21 8DL

19 Redland Crescent openings

This garden has now completed its National Garden Scheme openings for this year.

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FAQs

Payment is by cash only. Please get in touch with the owners for more details.

Sorry, there is no available parking for coaches at 19 Redland Crescent at this time.

Sorry, no dogs are allowed in the garden at this time.

There are no plants for sale for the time being.

Sorry, 19 Redland Crescent does not yet accommodate wheelchair users.

Yes. 19 Redland Crescent seeks to offer a sustainable refuge for nearby fauna and wildlife. These sanctuaries host diverse habitats supporting indigenous flora and fauna and nurturing local biodiversity.