Ryhall garden will open for the first time as part of National Gardens Scheme
A garden in Ryhall will open for the first time as part of the National Gardens Scheme next weekend.
Home Farm in Ryhall (PE9 4HA) will open on Sunday, July 5, from 11am to 4pm, as part of the scheme, which raises funds for the Help Support Our Nurses campaign.
The garden spans nine acres including formal garden with herbaceous, rose and shrub borders.
Recent additions include a Mediterranean border and a rugosa rose hedge interspersed with striking Tibetan cherry trees . Raised vegetable beds, asparagus and rhubarb beds in front of the ha-ha. There is also a fruit cage with soft fruit, an orchard of old local varieties of top fruit and a woodland walk for visitors to enjoy.
Admission is £4 for adults to enter the garden, free for children, but only 25 people will be admitted per one hour slot.
All garden visitors must pre-purchase tickets for a timed slot and tickets go on sale today (Monday, June 26). Visit ngs.org.uk