A garden in Hacconby will be open next Sunday to take part in National Gardens Scheme.
The garden at 21 Chapel Street is home of Cliff and Joan Curtis, who transformed the garden and gave it so much needed TLC.
A spokesperson said: “This is a garden full of interesting plants. In February, the snowdrops are spectacular with other spring flowering bulbs, and in autumn there is colour with asters, dahlias, salvias and many autumn flowering yellow daisies.”
Now visitors can see a small walled garden, with a paved area, pool, alpine planted area and planted flower beds and borders.
A spokesperson continued: “Keen gardeners will find that Cliff and Joan are extremely knowledgeable plants people, who are happy to share their wealth of experience and love of gardening and their gardening tips are well worth hearing.”
There will be plants for sale on the day, and admission for adults is £3 and children get in free.
Visitors are also welcome by appointment, so call: 01778 570314 if interested.
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