Open Garden In aid of the British Red Cross 2016
Find the sub-tropics in Fareham, via this small garden. Influenced by the flora of Australia and New Zealand, it includes many rare and unusual indigenous species. The four climate zones – arid, temperate, lush fertile and shady fernery – are all densely planted to make the most of the dramatic foliage. This is definitely a garden for ‘plantaholics’ and those with a passion for weird and wonderful plants. This won the ‘gold standard’ in Fareham in Bloom, and was the overall winner in the ‘plantsman's small back garden’ category in 2014. The garden featured in Amateur Gardening Magazine in September 2014.
This garden is available for small groups, by appointment only, in July, August and possibly September. Dates can be organised directly with the owners.
Children: children under 12 free.
The price includes tea and biscuits
Half a mile east of Fareham. M27, J11: take left lane slip to Delme roundabout. Turn left towards Porchester (A27) over 2 sets of traffic lights, completely around small roundabout and Birchwood Grove is the first left.
Jayne and Eddie McBride