On 25 June, LHS member David Whyte is opening his garden as part of the National Garden Scheme. The garden focuses on structure and careful planting. The sloping garden is 30m long, and 18m wide at the rear. Perennials and shrubs and a hot colour border mix it with a kitchen garden of raised beds and soft fruits. Admission £4, children free.
David and Lynn are holding an Open Garden Sunday 10 July, 2pm to 5pm. Adult entry is £4, children go free. 28 Ferndene Herne Hill London SE24 0AB, overlooking Ruskin Park. It’s all about structure and careful planting in this dramatically sloping SSE facing garden, 30 x 18 metres. A lively blend of perennials and shrubs shows definite Kiwi influences. The kitchen garden with raised beds and soft fruits is wonderfully secluded. Lower level planting has a coastal feel. Upper level has a hot colour…Continue Reading “David’s Open Garden 10 July”
LHS member David Whyte is opening his garden for the first time as part of the National Gardens Scheme.David’s garden at 28 Ferndene Road, Herne Hill, SE24 0AB, opens 4th July between 1 pm – 5 pm. The NGS Guide says:‘It’s all about structure and careful planting in this dramatically sloping S.S.E. facing garden, 30m long widening to 18m at the rear. A lively blend of perennials and shrubs show definite Kiwi influences. The kitchen garden with raised beds and soft fruits is wonderfully secluded….Continue Reading “Another LHS garden joins the National Garden Scheme”