Booking now open for 2021
Image of flowers in June

The June explosion is with us, and Simon and Kathy are keen to share their garden with beautiful displays of roses, early buddlejas and mock orange. The very special intersectional peonies are in bloom along with several lovely herbaceous ones as well, so too a with a mass of alliums and poppies, iris, love in the mist and dames violet. The garden should look really special for Father’s Day and beyond, Kathy is demonstrating the art of kokedama (moss balls) if requested. Additionally, delightful tea and home made cakes are available to purchase. For the moment, her wonderful rose petal cake is back on the menu.

When to visit 2021

The days we open will be divided into two sessions on each day 11:00 – 13:00 and 14:00 – 16:00. As before, entrance numbers will be limited to maintain social distance. We may arrange some mid-summer evening events as well.

Additional Date: We have been asked to specially open for Father’s Day Sunday, June 20th so why not come along and join us for a rose filled garden with alliums, foxgloves, iris and peonies. Plus a lovely cup of tea and piece of  special home made cake, or a delicious ice cream. Either morning or afternoon. Advance booking as usual.

Every Tuesday from 13th April – 28th September

Selected Saturdays: 24th April, 1st, 8th & 29th May, 5th June, 3rd July, 7th & 28th August and 18th September.

Bank Holiday Mondays: 3rd May, 30th August. Our National Garden Scheme date is May 31st the Spring Bank Holiday; booking is through the NGS website.

We have a wonderful feature on our Winter Garden in the RHS ‘Garden’ magazine January 2021 Issue with beautiful photographs by Marianne Majerus and words by Matthew Biggs. We also have a fantastic feature in The English Garden Magazine February issue with photographs by Clive Nichols and words by Clare Foggett. 

Please check back regularly for the latest information on our opening dates and times or follow us on Instagram.

Latest News

Find out what’s been happening recently at Kathy Brown’s Garden