Goltho House gardens open to the public

What's On
What's On

The garden at Goltho House, home of Mr and Mrs Hollingworth, is open to the public on Sunday April 27 for the National Gardens fundraising scheme

The 4.5 acre garden started in 1998 and is looking well established with long grass walks flanked by abundantly planted mixed borders forming a focal point.

A network of paths and walkways span out to other features including a nut walk, planted mostly for spring interest, a small woodland area, a prairie border and large pond area.

In contrast to the large-scale effect of the garden as a whole, the potager, with its brick paths and geometric planting, offers an intimate experience of a wide variety of herbs,vegetables and fruit.

There are many rare and unusual plants and a number of them seen in the gardens are propagated on site and can be purchased from the garden.

Admission is £5, children free. Plants will be available for sale. for sale Details from www.golthogardens.com. Tel: 01673 857768

The National Gardens Scheme raises over £2.6 million every year for nursing, gardening and other charitable causes.