Two gardens of similar size and the same aspect, developed in totally different ways. The plantswoman’s garden at Number 20 has been designed to supply successional waves of coordinated colour. Varied habitats include cool shade, hot and dry, and lush pondside displays. Paths weave through the carefully maintained borders packed with unusual plants. Specimen trees and fences clothed with climbers contribute to the peaceful seclusion. Recent additions include a gravel bed of ornamental grasses and late summer perennials. Seating throughout the garden gives different views, a conservatory provides shelter. Number 30 has a southwest facing gravelled front garden that has a Mediterranean feel. Herbaceous plants, such as sea hollies and achilleas, thrive in the poor, dry soil.
Sun 26 June, Sun 4 Sept (2-6). Combined adm £5, Children free. Home-made teas at No 20. Accessible WC, gluten free cake provided. Times:14:00 to 18:00. Open for charity.
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