Wappenham NGS Open Gardens

If you happen to live in Northamptonshire or Oxfordshire you may possibly have heard of Wappenham, but I would like to bet that not many people know of this village's existence.  It's a tiny village - sadly no pub or shop but what it does have is a number of jolly nice gardens. We were... Continue Reading →

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The Old Rectory, Bletchingly, Surrey. An NGS gem.

  The Old Rectory, Bletchingly is the sort of NGS garden that everyone hopes to stumble across.  The property comprises a handsome honeyed stone Georgian house set amidst country meadows and it is hard to believe that the busy M23 and Gatwick airport are a mere stone's throw away. Approached via a narrow tree-lined lane,... Continue Reading →

The Moongate Garden, Sussex

It is hard to believe that the Moongate Garden in East Preston, Sussex in a little over 2 years old.  The garden has a 'Chelsea' element to it which is not surprising since it was designed in partnership with Nic Howard. The garden divides itself not only into two halves but also into sixteen separate... Continue Reading →

Vann, Hambledon, Surrey

  Beyond Guildford, at the outermost edges of leafy Surrey lie the winding narrow lanes that lead to Vann, a 16th Century house sitting comfortably within its 5 acres of garden which are opened regularly for the National Gardens Scheme. Dating back to the 16th Century, the expansive house has an Arts and Crafts flavour... Continue Reading →

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