Come along and visit this hidden gem in the heart of St Albans
on Sunday 18 July
Unusual trees and shrubs together with richly-planted herbaceous borders help give
year-round colour in our medium-sized garden. In July, the last of the azaleas and rhododendron and the Judas tree give way to a tulip tree, callicanthus, peonies and carpenteria along with other shrubs and roses. Lobelia tupa and phlox, compete with salvias, clematis and heuchera, in bringing colour to the borders. Pots of lilies, agapanthus and hostas augment a collection of succulents. Winding paths give access to all parts of the garden and the many places to sit and contemplate.
Entry cost is £3 per person
Tickets sold on the day, no advance sales.
Please note that no dogs except guide dogs will be allowed in the garden.
All money raised on the day will help raise vital funds to keep our nurses caring