Saturday 29th April and Sunday 30th April 2pm - 5pm
5 Beautiful gardens to visit in Sidmouth. Parking on street.
Tickets available at the gate: £5 for all gardens or £2 at the gate for each. Children free.
Helen & Ian Crackston, Floriferous garden on many levels with good spring 'Fairpark', colour and structure. Beautifully planted: includes Knowle Drive, EX10 8HW acers, water feature, roses, rockery behind the Knowle brick wall.
No wheelchairs, dogs on short leads allowed, no teas.
Di Fuller 'Woodpeckers' is a large garden that flowers for 12
'Woodpeckers', months of the year. In April there will be blossom,
Knowle Drive, EX10 8HW. early perennials, rhododendrons and camellias, as well as an area of wild flowers with Fritillary and a bog garden.
Not easy for wheelchairs. No dogs.
Barbara Mence, Beautifully designed terraced garden generously
'Rowan Bank' planted with trees, shrubs and herbaceous plants.
44 Woolbrook Park, EX10 9DX Steps lead to an easy path to views from a seat under
a Mexican Pine. Good spring colour and texture. New wildlife pond.
No wheelchairs. Dogs on short lead allowed. No teas.
Lynette Talbot & Peter Endersby Potager-style vegetable garden, colour-themed
'Byes Reach', herbaceous borders, rill, ferns, rockery, hostas.
26 Coulsdon Road, EX10 9JP Spring colour of fruit blossom- tulips, erethroniums
and alliums. 20m arched walkway. Seating in
secluded niches each with views of garden.
Wheelchair access. Dogs on short leads allowed. Teas
available (GF, LF).
Anna Duncan Large, east facing hillside garden, seating areas and sunny
Weston House, terrace. Large wildlife pond, great views across valley & sea
Broughmore Rd, EX10 8SJ Organically maintained with nature in mind. Wildflower meadow, vegetable patch, gravel gardens, greenhouse with work still very much in progress.
No wheelchairs, no dogs, teas available, plants for sale