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The gardens are spread over 4½ acres with formal and wild areas, a hedged quiet garden, and inc collections of naturalised bulbs, irises, peonies, magnolias, shrub roses, cherries, malus and a number of rare trees, expanded and planted by the existing owners over the past 55 yrs. To celebrate our 58th Wedding Anniversary on the 1st May we are offering our first 100 entrants a glass of bubbly. Refreshments inc: BBQ 12–2pm and teas 2.30–4.45pm
Enjoy a warm welcome in this village with its very attractive rural setting of rolling hills and reservoirs. We have a group of seven contrasting gardens for you to visit this yr. Several of us are passionate about growing fruit and vegetables, and walled kitchen gardens and a potager are an important part of our gardening. Opens Sunday 7th May.
An established garden sloping downward from east to west with many trees, shrubs, roses, perennials and bulbs. Small pond, terrace with wisteria covered pergola leads past the rock garden to the lower patio, a larger pond with pergola, decking, climbing roses, jasmine and clematis. Opens Sunday 21st May.
Greywalls is an old vicarage set in 2 acres of relaxed country gardens planted for year-round interest, featuring mature specimen trees, an impressive Banksia rose, three large ponds, many stone features, wildflower meadow and a Highgrove inspired stumpery. 136 High Street is a 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. Opens Sunday 21st May.
Five plant-lover gardens set in our beautiful old village nestled in the gentle rolling hills of west Northamptonshire. The gardens, set around charming traditional village houses, are packed with spring colour, horticultural delights and lovely views. Spend the day with us enjoying the gardens, buying at our ever-popular plant sale, strolling around the village lanes and visiting our C14 church. Opens Sunday 28th May.
East Haddon village has many thatched cottages built in the local honey-coloured ironstone. The gardens opening this year are a mixture of small, mature and family gardens with some having beautiful views across rolling hills. They are bursting with rare and unusual plants, various shrubs, climbers, roses and perennials. Borders galore, vegetable beds, espaliered fruit trees, and woodland areas. Opens Monday 29th May.
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