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1st March - 30 October by Appointment
Sunday 14th April 2pm - 5.30pm. Early Spring Plants for sale. Teas. 8th September 2pm-5.30pm. Along with other Village Gardens. Plants for Sale
Spring Summer Autumn This is a garden for all seasons.
Many Bulbs, Early Perennials & Blossom. Herbaceous Borders & 60 different varieties of Roses. Late Herbaceous colour with many interesting Trees &Shrubs
All refreshments by arrangement. Katie Lukas runs a garden consultancy business advising on the design, planting and care of gardens.
Plant Sales have now moved to Mel Tanner. Please contact her on Tel. 01285 850 256. Email. firstname.lastname@example.org Garden Talks & Walks at Stone House. See website for details
A two and a half acre Cotswold garden made up of a series of different rooms surrounding the house, designed to create a natural transition from house to landscape. The Garden has a no spray regime
Bulbs are a feature with Snowdrops, Scillas and Hellebores brightening the woodland in early Spring and a tapestry of glorious tulips in April and May. The Meadow Walk is host to naturalising Snakeshead Fritillaries, followed on by Camassias and late Narcissi.
Much re-modelling of the garden was required when the Lukas's moved here in 1991, particularly the Stream Garden and Herb Garden, the former benefitting from strategically placed drainage pipes to prevent flooding. Almost all the original trees were moved into the Wild Meadow Garden. All the walls have gradually been rebuilt over the years, which enabled the designer to make arches and steps down from the top Borders to the Pool garden and Crab Apple Walk.
The Pool Garden, featuring a Pergola, was put in in the early 2000s and now includes rose-covered arbour. From the Terrace a line of fastigiated Hornbeams create archways through to the Meadow and Vegetable garden. The hornbeams were picked up and moved by another digger from where they sat on top of the HaHa, effectively blocking the lovely view, and placed where they
Finally the raised beds in the Vegetable Garden have created perfect growing conditions for summer vegetables. Many Rare & Unusual Perennials, Shrubs and Trees can be found throughout this ever changing garden.