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875Instow, Nr Bideford, Devon01271 860 897www.tapeley-park.co.ukEX39 4NTOpen 24 Mar-31 Oct, Sun-Fri, 10am-5pm. Adults £5, OAPs £4, children (5-15) £3.parking,toilets,part-disabled,plants,refreshments,picnic,shop,dogs,public-transport
918Glenarn Road, Rhu, Helensburgh, Argyll01436 820 493www.gardens-of-argyll.co.ukG84 8LLOpen 21 Mar-21 Sep, daily, dawn-dusk. Adults/OAPs £4, under-17s free. Single discount with card: 50%.part-disabled,plants,dogs,public-transport
When visiting large gardens during spring, I always admire the drifts of dwarf flowering bulbs growing up through wide expanses of grass. Catch them when flowers are at their best and they look magnificent. They could be snowdrops or crocus, dainty
657Marsh Lane, Gilden Way, Harlow, Essex01279 442 112www.thegibberdgarden.co.ukCM17 0NAOpen 30 Mar-29 Sep, Wed, Sat, Sun & bank hol Mon, 2-6pm. Adults £4, OAPs £3, children (6-16) £1. Closed: 29 Jun, 20 Jul & 14 Sep.parking,toilets,part-disabled,refreshments,shop,dogs
888Church Street, Cannington, Nr Bridgwater, Somerset01278 655 042www.canningtonwalledgardens.co.ukTA5 2HAOpen all year, daily, 10am-5pm (winter Mon-Fri only, until 4pm). Adults £3.50, OAPs £2.50, under-18s free. Single discount with card: 10%.parking,toilets,part-disabled,plants...
885Nr Penzance,Cornwall01736 448 089www.tremenheere.co.ukTR20 8YLOpen 1 Feb-1 Jan, Tues-Sun, plus Mon 1 Apr-8 Sep, 10am-5.30pm (until 4pm Sun). Adults £6.50, OAPs £5, children (11-15) £3. Card not valid on 2 Jan & 1 Feb.parking,toilets,part-disabled,plants,refreshments,picnic,sho...
My 2010 garden tally of butterfly species is now up to six. We've had single visits from large white, comma, peacock and small tortoiseshell. They obviously didn't find much of interest in my garden, so dipped down, bustled about one circuit
Last winter, when I went to great trouble to feed the birds in my garden, my offerings were largely ignored. This winter, I'm trying again, leaving seeds, chopped apples and suet pellets for ground-feeding birds such as robins, blackbirds
in East Dulwich. But no, it was a grey squirrel. It was singing.Sitting in the crook of the large, rather gangly, elder tree in a neighbour's garden, the squirrel was staring into space, bleating out its miieeeoorrrl, call over and over again. I’ve never
I seem to have created the perfect habitat for my frogs. It's not a large garden, marsh or meadow, but a tatty grow bag from last year, screened by willow edging and topped with dead foliage. It's an absolute eyesore and I hate it, but to my frogs