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Covid can’t keep a good flower down, our Open Gardens are back for 2021!

Each unique garden boasts beautiful blossoms and appealing arrangements that have been carefully nurtured by their owners.

It’s a wonderful opportunity to explore beautiful scenery across our region, while helping to raise the vital funds we need to support our patients.

Katie Vincent, Community Fundraising Manager


Saturday 29 – Sunday 30 May 2021

The estate has a beautiful stately garden set in woodlands around the 18th Century Stubbings House. With lovely open parkland and lawns and extensive southerly views. There is also an opportunity to explore some 250 acres of woodland known as Maidenhead Thicket. Within Stubbings don’t miss the specimen trees, including 250 year old cedars and a wonderful araucaria, also the glorious 70m herbaceous border backed by a wisteria covered garden wall.

Saturday 6 June 2021

Over the past 40 years the current owners have turned a large open ‘garden’ with no structure or shade into the cool, leafy peaceful place of today. Enthused by a trip to Sissinghurst Castle Garden, a list of absolutely must-have plants and trees form the basis of this wonderful garden. Formal hormbeam hedges planted in 1975 now create a vista with separate corners leading off it incorporating both planted and informal areas.

Sunday 20 June 2021

Informal in layout but with an attractive mix of lawns, flower beds, shrubs and other landscaping features. These lovely features are set against a backdrop of stunning views down the valley at the rear of the property. Different varieties of climbing, tea and standard roses are prevalent as well as hydrangea’s, several varieties of azaleas and a mix of choisya’s.

Saturday 3 – Sunday 4 July 2021

A collection of gardens in the picturesque Quaker village of Jordans. Including gardens featuring hundreds of tulips, a landscape dell, a springtime joy of daffodils and one of the original Fred Rowntree houses.

Saturday 21 August 2021

A collection of gardens in Loosley Row with stunning views across the rolling countryside.