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Surrey - Wednesday 28 June

Square Leg Cottage, The Green, Ewhurst
Simplified from an English cottage garden to a pleasant, peaceful, contemporary garden

Isle of Wight - Thursday 29 June

Funakoshi and Highwood, Cranmore Avenue, Cranmore Isle of Wight 
Two very different gardens emphasising the importance of hardy perennials in providing colour throughout the year

Hertfordshire - cancellation

Wroxham Way
Plantsman's Garden planted for wildlife and year round interest

Lincolnshire - Sunday 2  July

45 Chapel Lane
Designed by the owners and started in 2011 from a blank canvas

Somerset - Saturday 8 July - Sunday 9  July

The George House
A sheltered, south-facing garden (1/3 acre) rising steeply up the Mendip

Staffordshire - Thursday 13  July

Yew Tree Cottage
Cottage country garden of about ½ acre full of unusual plants.

Gloucestershire - Saturday 15 July and Sunday 16 July

1 Albert Road
A small mature south facing walled town garden

Nottinghamshire - Sunday 16  July

6 Tennyson Avenue 
A suburban garden with plenty of hardy plants

Somerset - Tuesday 18 July

Braglands Barn
The garden contains a wide range of herbaceous plants, shrubs and grasses

Essex - Saturday 22 July

Colour themed borders planted with wildlife in mind

Devon - Sunday 23 July

Little Ash Farm
Country garden of 1½ acres, packed with different and unusual herbaceous perennials, trees, shrubs and bamboos

Essex - Sunday 23 July

60 Colchester Road
A 3/4 acre garden, planted for a long season of interest.

Nottinghamshire - Saturday 29th July

Many varieties of perennials and grasses combined with an eye for colour and design

Hertfordshire - Sunday 30 July

20 St Stephens Avenue​
Town garden designed to supply successional waves of coordinated colour.

Nottingham - Sunday 13 August

28 Covert Road
Small urban garden with interesting trees, shrubs and climbers

Hertfordshire - Saturday 19 August

8 Gosselin Road​
The garden acts as trial ground and show case for perennials and ornamental grasses

South Yorkshire - Sunday 20 August

Sheffield Gardens
Three gardens in south-west Sheffield showing what an amazing and colourful variety of plants can be grown here.

Worcestershire - Tuesday 22 August

1 Church Cottage
Interesting layout with patio area, various island beds featuring interesting trees and shrubs

Sussex - Sunday 27 August

4 Bens Acre
100ft x 45ft using steps and terraces planted to capacity with interesting potpourri of colours, texture and form

Surrey - Sunday 10 September

Vale End, Chilworth Road, Albury, Guildford

1 acre walled garden on many levels in beautiful setting overlooking mill pond

Cheshire and Wirral

With views across fields and Flennens Brook, The White Cottage is a pretty country garden, developed by the owners over the last nine years, sitting alongside a nature conservation zone.


Heath Garden
Mixed borders with themes

Shropshire - March to June

6 Laburnum Close
Small garden with a good variety of spring bulbs

Powys - April to August

Holly Cottage
Started from scratch in 2007, this naturalistic garden at 800ft has spectacular views

Hill House
1/3 acre town garden on the site of old castle walls

Pembrokeshire - May to July/August

The Retreat
Garden with stunning panoramic views of the sea under renovation after 30 years of neglect 

Buckinghamshire - May to September

Cedar House
Wild Flowers with native orchids. Shaped borders hold a great variety of trees, shrubs and perennials.

Devon - May to September

The Gate House Garden
Peaceful streamside garden with National Collection of Rodgersia

Shropshire - May to October

5 Church Street
A garden with a long season of interest

Shropshire - June to September

Copper Beeches
1/2 acre developing garden only started in autumn 2014 

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