Open Gardens – Farley Hill Place Gardens
A four acre 18th Century cottage garden set in the secluded village of Farley Hill which includes a large walled garden with borders full of early summer flowering herbaceous plants, sun and shade loving, vegetables and flowers for cutting. Orchards of mature fruit trees and nuttery.Read more
Frogmore House Gardens
By kind permission of Her Majesty The Queen, we have been...Read more
Open Gardens – Binfield Heath Village
These wonderful cottage gardens include herbaceous borders, shrubs, annuals, trees, fruit and vegetables.Read more
Open Gardens – Ryecroft Close
An unexpected one acre of much loved garden on different levels. Large wildlife area where nature comes first and where trees and shrubs are grown with love...Read more
Open Gardens – Carington Estates Ltd – NEW GARDEN!
Hosted by Lord Carrington This is a wonderful opportunity for you to visit these privately owned gardens built by the Blanks family in the mid-17th Century. The estate features a walled garden in the middle of which is an herbaceous border with paeonies, delphiniums and a gazebo, as well as different herbs in small beds bordered with teucriumRead more
Wargrave 10k & Kids Fun Run
Supporting Thames Valley Air Ambulance, the Wargrave 10k is an event...Read more
Open Gardens – Kingham – NEW GARDENS!
Kingham is about 5 miles from Chipping Norton and on the railway line from Hereford to Oxford. It is a beautiful, traditional Cotswold village with a church, a primary school, village green and shop. There will be a range of small and large gardens open to the publicRead more
Open Garden – The Bunch at Wotton Underwood
Enjoy a wonderful day out with a group of 30 guests as you are guided by Lady Newall through her inspiring four acre themed garden within the Aylesbury Vale...Read more
Open Gardens – Stewkley – NEW GARDENS!
The garden has mixed herbaceous and shrub borders, raised vegetable beds with fruit trees and bushes, and slopes downhill to a small natural wild-life pond where call ducks live. With ‘live and let live’ as their motto, the owners endeavor to use as little pesticides as possible.Read more
Open Gardens – Bisham Abbey
The Abbey is based around an ancient preceptory built by the Knights Templar who owned the manor in the 13th Century. Today Bisham Abbey is HQ of Sport England and a major contributor to our Olympic hopes. The 800 year old Abbey, itself once home to Henry VIII and Elizabeth I, is now home to a number of national bodies of sport and is also a unique venue for weddings, conferences, corporate events and training camps.Read more