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The Private South Gardens at Burghley House will open for the NGS with spectacular spring bulbs in a park like setting with magnificent trees. Relish the opportunity to enjoy Capability Brown’s famous lake and summerhouse. Opens Saturday 1st and Sunday 2nd April, pre-booking essential.
The multi award winning Oasis Garden, Your Place, has been described as one of the ‘Most inspirational garden in the 6 counties of the East Midlands’, is approximately 1½ acres and nestles in the heart of Great Grimsby’s East Marsh Community. A working garden producing 15k plants per year, grown by local volunteers of all ages and abilities. Opens Saturday 1st April and 13th May.
A 400 yr old, restored, 12 acre garden set in the heart of Lincolnshire. Home to snowdrops, sweet peas, roses and meadows. The River Witham meanders through the gardens, teeming with wildlife. Other garden highlights inc a yew tunnel, turf maze and cut flower gardens. Opens Friday 7th April.
Opening earlier than usual to enable visitors to enjoy the hellebores, spring bulbs and fresh spring growth. A much loved garden by visitors maintained to a high standard by the owners. Over 3 acres of garden with many diverse areas. Formal frontage with shrubs and trees. Opens Sunday 9th and Monday 10th April.
A lovely mature woodland garden where a multitude of unusual plants are the stars, many of which are available from the well-stocked RHS listed nursery. During 2022 several small areas have been redesigned and a great deal of fresh planting has taken place. Opens 16th April, 7th May, 18th June, 20th August, 17th September.
Set in 5 acres the allotments comprise 60 plots growing fine vegetables, fruit, flowers and herbs. There is a small orchard and wildflower area and a community space adjacent. Grass paths run along the site. Several plots will be open to walk round. There will be a seed and plant stall. Opens Saturday 20th May and Sunday 20th August.
Within 3 original red brick walls a formal garden was been created in 1995. Yew buttresses, arbours and four parterres use dutch themes. The borders contain herbaceous plants and shrubs. The N facing border holds shade loving plants. There is a mulberry and walnut tree. Opens Sunday 21st May and 6th August.
A garden of several defined spaces, packed with interesting features, unusual plants and well placed seating areas, created by garden designer Jo. Original engine shed, working well, raised beds using local rock. Clipped box, alpines, roses, themed summerhouses. Greenhouses and newly installed raised beds. Opens Sunday 28th May.
New garden of an acre planted 4 years ago in the grounds of a handsome C18 house and Coachhouse. It has a partial walled garden, wildflower meadow surrounded by ornamental grasses and a 30 metre long herbaceous border. With 2 box parterres, and woodland shrubs, it has stunning views over ancient ridge and furrow grassland. Opens Sunday 28th May with Aswarby Park.
Formal and woodland garden in a parkland setting of approx 20 acres. Yew trees form a backdrop to borders and lawns surrounding the house which is a converted stable block. Walled garden contains a greenhouse with a muscat vine, which is over 300 yrs old. Opens Sunday 28th May with Aswarby House.
Manor Farm is set within approx 1 acre with mature shrubberies, herbaceous borders, gravel garden and pergola walk. Rose bed, white garden and fernery. Many old trees with preservation orders. Wildlife pond set within a paddock. Springfield offers stunning views over the Ancholme Valley, this beautiful hillside garden on the edge of the Wolds was renovated and redesigned in 2011 from an overgrown state. It features many shrubs and perennials with a rose pergola. Opens Sunday 11th June.
The garden has been designed as a wildlife garden with a number of features of interest to both visitors and wildlife, helped by having a natural stream running through the garden, which supplies water to a pond and water features. Visitors can also enjoy rock features, acid beds, and a sheltered winter garden with a sundial at its centre. Opens Sunday 11th June and 6th August.
The Old Vicarage is 2 acres of garden with 150yr old tulip, plane and beech trees: borders of shrubs, roses, herbaceous plants. Shrub roses and herb garden in old paddock area, surrounded by informal areas with pond and bog garden, wildflowers, grasses and bulbs. The Old White House is 1½ acres of mature garden, featuring herbaceous borders, roses, patterned garden, herb garden and walled kitchen garden. Large catalpa, tulip tree that flowers, ginko and other specimen trees. Opens Sunday 11th June.
A colourful and fragrant range of roses, herbaceous borders and an avenue of lavender and cherry trees established 12 years ago, alongside a woodland walk on the nine acre site. Plantings encourage wildlife. Wildflower meadow and Mediterranean borders introduced more recently to suit drier conditions. Opens Saturday 24th and Sunday 25th June.
Formal and woodland garden, productive and ornamental walled gardens surrounding Hackthorn Hall and church extending to approx 15 acres. Parts of the formal gardens designed by Bunny Guinness. The walled garden boasts a magnificent Black Hamburg vine, believed to be 2nd in size to the vine at Hampton Court. Opens Sunday 25th June.
A beautiful garden lovingly developed over the last 20 yrs with several areas of formal and informal planting inc a pond which attracts a wonderful variety of wildlife. There is an excellent mix of trees, shrubs, perennials, rose garden and wildflower area. Opens Sunday 25th June and 23rd July.
Blank canvas of ⅕ acre in early 90s. Developed into lush, colourful, exotic plant packed haven. A whole new world on entering from street. Exotic borders, raised exotic island, long hot border, ponds, stumpery. Intimate seating areas along garden’s journey. Opens on various dates in July and August, pre-booking essential.
A lovely country garden, 1½ acres. Large herbaceous and mixed borders surround well kept lawns. Wildlife pond with two bog gardens, woodland garden, shaded borders containing many unusual plants. Stunning reflective pool surrounded by ornamental grasses. Opens Sunday 23rd July.
8 acres of formal and walled gardens. Old roses, herbaceous borders, herb garden and kitchen garden with fruit trees and vegetables. Greenhouses, carp pond and sweeping lawns. Opens Saturday 5th August. Pre-booking advisable via the National Trust website to ensure we have a parking space for you.
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