The Manor House, Stevington - Open Garden for NGS
The Manor House Garden is now 25 years old with many different rooms and views to enjoy. Clematis, wisteria and laburnum arches are under planted with alliums, poppies and foxgloves. White and yellow Banksian roses vye for space on the house walls. Bees feast on Allium christophii in the main herbaceous border, Allium siculum in the cottage garden and intersectional peonies near the drive. Kathy has surprising containers and plans an edible flower workshop for the afternoon.
For NGS: Mon 28 May (1-5). Admission £5, Children free. Home-made teas. Times:13:00 to 17:00. Open for charity.
The Manor House, Stevington, Bedford, Bedfordshire MK43 7QB
Mon 28 May 2018