National Garden Scheme in Lincolnshire: Aswarby Park, Wildwood and Ludney House Farm open on June 28, 2020
With the National Garden Scheme announcing the reopening of its gardens in England to visitors, there are a few to visit nearby at the end of this month.
Aswarby Park, near Sleaford, will be open on Sunday, June 28, from midday until 4pm. The postcode is NG34 8SD. A maximum of 20 people are allowed in per one hour slot.
The gardens incorporate formal and woodland garden in a parkland setting of approximately 20 acres. Yew trees form a backdrop to borders and lawns and the greenhouse contains a 300-year-old Muscat vine. Admission is £5, with children going free.
All funds raised from the open gardens will go to the charity’s Help Support Our Nurses campaign
Also open on the same day is Wildwood in Aisby, near Grantham. It will be open from 11am until 5pm. The postcode is NG32 3NE
Again, 20 people are allowed in, per one hour slot.
These gardens have many borders planted with unusual and rare trees, shrubs, climbers, perennials, bulbs and alpines. It’s a wildlife-friendly garden with a bee orchid patch and fruit and vegetable areas. Admission is £4 and children go free.
Recently, it has been announced that Ludney House Farm at Ludney in Louth, LN11 7JU, will be open too from 1-4pm. At this garden, 25 people are allowed in per one hour slot.
This is described as a beautiful landscaped garden featuring formal and informal areas. There is a mix of trees, shrubs, perennials and roses, and also a wild grass area which is home to the bee hives.
Admission is £6.50, children go free.
All gardens will open in a system of pre-purchased tickets for a timed slot. Tickets must be purchased via: www.ngs.org.uk