Posted by on Jun 22, 2016 in Carolines Blog, gardening, Gardens, Hertfordshire, Open Gardens, Places to visit | 0 comments

Threshing Barn,Bullsmill Lane, Waterford, Hertford, SG14 2RF
The Threshing Barn is a conversion dating back to the 1890s, in the peaceful rural setting of Waterford with a nature reserve in close proximity and open views across the Beane flood plain. The river side garden is a mix of perennial and herbaceous borders leading down to the stream.
Evening opening Friday 8 July (6 – 9pm). Wine.
Sunday 10 July (2 – 5.30pm). Home-made teas. Admission £4.00, children free.

8 Chapel Road Breachwood Green, Hitchin SG4 8NU
In the heart of the village surrounding a C17 cottage is an informal garden having no lawns or straight level pathways. A good selection of perennials, shrubs and alpines and one of the largest collections of vintage garden tools and machinery on display.
Sunday 24 July (12 – 5pm). Amission £3.00, children free. Home-made teas.

Mr & Mrs Melvin Gore 35 Digswell Road Welwyn Garden City, Herts, AL8 7PB
Town garden of around a third of an acre with naturalistic planting inspired by the Dutch garden designer, Piet Oudolf. The garden has perennial borders and a small meadow with herbaceous plants and grasses. The contemporary planting gives way to the exotic, incl a succulent bed and under mature trees, a lush jungle garden incl bamboos, bananas, palms and tree ferns.
Sunday 31 July (2 – 5.30pm). Admission £4.00, children free. Home-made teas.
Adrian & Clare de Baat 01707 324074

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