National Garden Scheme Open Weekend!

Posted by editor on Tuesday, 17 April 2018

Plants, plants, plants!  Visit us on Saturday 21 and Sunday 22 April, 11.30-4pm – when our favourite growers, Pelham Plants and Miranda’s Plants, will have for sale a fantastic array of bulbs, specialist annuals and early perennials.  Now that we have some sunshine, it is the perfect time to get busy in the garden – and time to get inspired…

April is ‘tulip time’ at The Garden House, we will have displays of many types of tulip in the borders and in containers, it’s a riot of colour!

The Garden House is tucked away in the heart of the city and really is a secret garden – in Victorian times a working market garden – it is organic and created to give interest all year round, supporting cut flowers, vegetables, fruit, old climbing roses, a pond – and hens!

There will be plants and garden-related items for sale, plus our delicious lunch, cakes and refreshments.

The Garden House has been opening for the NGS (National Garden Scheme) for over 10 years now – last year Bridge Saunders attended a lunch at Michelham Priory for all the Sussex NGS garden owners.  She was presented with a special award for all her hard work over the years and for the encouragement and inspiration she has given to many in that time.

Open: 11.30 to 4pm – entrance £5.50 (children free) – come with a friend!

Location: The Garden House, 5 Warleigh Road, Brighton BN1 4NT

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