A garden created over 30 years by the current owners, with an increasingly interesting range of plants. The garden is divided into distinct areas, vegetable and picking garden, large herbaceous
borders that are still vibrant in September, a damp natural ‘bog’ garden with a spring whilst there is box (we hope!) and yew hedging and topiary throughout that lends structure throughout the year. The emphasis is on texture and colour whilst the aim is to provide a wonderful habitat for butterflies (very present on a sunny September day) bees and birds. Homemade teas provided.
Date: Saturday September 19th
Time: 2.30 pm
Cost: Members £8 Guests £10
Go through the village of Nacton, turn right by the War Memorial and continue to The Old Rectory on the right. Park on Church Road opposite the drive way.