Several years ago we were lucky enough to move from the suburbs of South East England to Herefordshire and found ourselves with a blank canvas of a couple of acres on a beautiful hillside above the river Wye in the south of the county.
Our aim was to create a garden and by exploring the site you can see what progress we have made so far and we hope that we may inspire others looking for ideas to create their own garden.
2019 is our 5th year of supporting the National Gardens Scheme and we look forward to seeing you. This year we are opening on Sunday 14th July between 11am and 6pm. Admission £4. Tea and cakes will be available and plants for sale. Please park in the village – we will be running a shuttle service to the garden if you don’t want to walk up or down the hill. Then in August and September we will be open by arrangement for individuals and groups of up to 20 people. Admission £7 to include tea/coffee and cake. Children and well behaved dogs on short leads free. Full details on the NGS website.