Ledbury – Cancelled

WHEN: | 2-5pm WHERE: Various locations in Ledbury

Sadly, this Open Garden event has been cancelled.

Gloucester House
A town garden with interesting corners including a 17th century toll house, plus a fountain, small informal orchard, beach hut, terrace and olive trees. Visitors can also gaze at a pleached hornbeam, and an elephant gate from Rajasthan.

Bank House
Bank House is a Georgian property built on a Burgage plot. It has a walled garden to the rear. The garden was created in the 1980s with a number of ‘rooms’ which contain a variety of shrubs, small trees and perennials. There are a number of unusual plants and there is a general natural feel to the plot.

28 The Southend
28 The Southend was built in 1833 and belonged to a jeweller from Malvern. The garden is an original burgage plot and was completely relaid in the early 1990s.
It now has many established trees, shrubs and perennials including a Chinese rowan (Sorbus pohaushanensis); black bamboo (Phyllostachys nigra); a tree anemone (Carpentaria californica);numerous roses and climbers; and a fine selection of deutzias (including Deutzia setchuensis var corymbiflora – Chinese snow flower and Deutzia gracilis – Japanese snow flower).

 

Gloucester House
The Southend
HR8 2HD
William and Virginia Hopkinson

Bank House
30 The Southend
HR8 2EY
John and Margaret Fox-Mills

28 The Southend
HR8 2EY
Nick Morris & Joyce Mason

Adults £5