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Gardeners' World 2018 finalist gardens in Gosberton open to the public




The stunning gardens of Yew Tree Farm in Gosberton will be open once again this Sunday (July 21) as part of the charitable National Garden Scheme, writes PATRICK WALSH.

Spanning over one and a half acres, the country garden features two magnificent yew trees, a large wildlife pond, organic vegetable plot and orchard, and is full of vibrant colour.

Owners Robert and Claire Bailey-Scott have raised the garden from a state of dereliction, straight to the top where it became a ‘Gardeners' World 2018’ finalist and featured in ‘Garden News’.

Robert Bailey-Scott in the gardens at his home at Yew Tree Farm, Gosberton
Robert Bailey-Scott in the gardens at his home at Yew Tree Farm, Gosberton

‘Yew Tree Farm’ is open on Sunday from 11am-5pm. Entry is£4 for adults and free for children. There are home-made teas, plants for sale, dogs are welcome and there is wheelchair access. Money raised will go to a variety of charities.

You can find the garden in Westhorpe Road, Gosberton, PE11 4EP.

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