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Large garden developed by the current owners over the past 20 yrs. Various different planting habitats inc areas designed for shade, sun and pollinator friendly sites. Wildlife pond attracting large range of birds, insects and other creatures into the garden. Alpine houses, planted stone sinks and raised beds. Opens Friday 16th, Saturday 17th and Sunday 18th February.
The vicarage garden was once the centre of village life. Fifty years on, garden life is different with unexpected trees, bulbs, shrubs, perennials bursting out year-round with bird-life, wild-life and life in general. A warm welcome awaits. Opens Sunday 18th February.
⅓ acre rear garden of C17 cottage (not open). Early spring garden with snowdrops and hellebores, summer and autumn mixed borders, many obelisks and containers, kitchen garden, herb bed, rambling roses and at least 60 different hostas. All giving varied interest from Feb through to Oct. Opens Sunday 25th February
The Northamptonshire home of the Duke and Duchess of Buccleuch. The garden opening inc opportunities to see the historic walled garden and herbaceous border, and the sensory and wildlife gardens. The wilderness woodland will open for visitors to view the spring flowers or the autumn colours. As a special treat the garden originally created by Sir David Scott (cousin of the Duke of Buccleuch) will also be open. Opens Sunday 25th February
In a much admired location, this stunning canal side garden has a large variety of plants, styles, structures and unusual bygones. Bulbs and hellebores abound in Mar, colourful planting in July/Sept, many pots, all set against a backdrop of trees and shrubs in themed areas. Places to sit and watch the narrowboats and wildlife. Opens Sunday 24th March
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