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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 Sunday 6th August.
Two sheltered mixed courtyard gardens with vibrant colours; new rill winds between lawn borders; formal walled garden with central aquaglobe. Plantsman’s garden. Collection of succulents. Cream teas on patio overlooking panoramic views with ha-ha to 15 miles of unbroken countryside, lake and 100 acre Plumpton wood. Walk down to lake across a couple of fields to see wildlife and water lilies. Opens Sunday 20th August.
A friendly village with horses exercising daily and often sheep being herded through. The gardens opening are varied from a completely organic garden with many flowering plants and vegetables to a small terraced garden with hidden paths, sculptures and obelisks made from pruning. Opens Sunday 20th August.
An Edwardian home set in ½ acre with different levels of patio areas and surrounded by trees. A rose garden with English rose varieties everywhere inc climbers on walls, a rose frame and a very long pergola winding its way down to a pear tree with seating and borders. Opens Sunday 27th August.
A garden for all seasons with quirky original sculptures and many faces. Firstly, a south aspect lawn and borders containing bulbs, shrubs, roses and rare trees with year-round interest; hedging, palms, climbers, a wildlife, fish and lily pond, terrace with potted bulbs and unusual plants in odd containers. Open 10th September as a combined opening with Rosi’s Taverna.
An established medium south facing town garden. Kitchen garden intermingles with flowers, shrubs, plenty of fruit trees, soft fruits and vegetables in raised beds. Cacti and succulents hold high importance in the greenhouse. A covered koi carp pond and a pyramid water feature are key elements in the garden. Opening with Briarwood on 10th September.
10 acre garden set in peaceful countryside with old yew and holly hedges and extensive herbaceous borders, containing many unusual plants. One of Britain’s finest throughout the season, the garden is at its most magnificent in Sept and is an inspiration as to what can be achieved in late summer. Opens Saturday 16th September.
Kelmarsh Hall is an elegant Palladian house set in glorious Northamptonshire countryside with highly regarded gardens, which are the work of Nancy Lancaster, Norah Lindsay and Geoffrey Jellicoe. Hidden gems inc an orangery, sunken garden, long border, rose gardens and, at the heart of it all, a historic walled garden. Opens Sunday 17th September.
Approx 1 acre garden wrapped around the nursery with beautiful views. Planted with many unusual shrubs and herbaceous perennials over the last 20-30 yrs to reflect the wide range of plants produced. Opens Friday 29th September, Saturday 30th September and Sunday 1st October.
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. As a special treat the garden originally created by Sir David Scott (cousin of the Duke of Buccleuch) will also be open. Opens Sunday 1st October. Pre-booking through the garden website is essential.
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