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758Fakenham, Norfolk01328 851 465www.pensthorpe.comNR21 0LNOpen all year, daily, 10am-5pm (until 4pm Jan-Mar). Adults £9.75, OAPs £8, children (4-16) £6.25. Card not valid on event days – phone or see website for details.parking,toilets,part-disabled,plants,refreshments,picnic,fo...
682Eynsford, Nr Sevenoaks, Kent01322 862 114www.lullingstonecastle.co.ukDA4 0JAOpen 30 Mar-29 Sep, Fri- Sun & bank hols (but closed Good Friday), 12 noon-5pm. Adults £7, OAPs £6.50, children (5-15) £4.parking,toilets,part-disabled,plants,refreshments,picnic,shop,public-transport
valid for garden, farm & park entry.parking,toilets,full-disabled,plants,refreshments,shop,public-transport
822York01653 648 333www.castlehoward.co.ukYO60 7DAOpen all year, daily, 10am-4.30pm (or dusk if earlier). Adults £9.50, OAPs £9, children (5-16) £6.parking,toilets,part-disabled,plants,refreshments,picnic,food-drink,shop,dogs,public-transport
821Burton Agnes, Driffield, East Yorkshire01262 490 324www.burtonagnes.comYO25 4NBOpen 29 Mar-31 Oct & 14 Nov-23 Dec, daily, 11am-5pm; also in Feb (see website) for snowdrops, 11am-4pm. Adults £6, OAPs £5.50, children (5-16) £3.50. Card not valid on events days or on various othe...
900Blair Atholl, Pitlochry, Perthshire01796 481 207www.blair-castle.co.ukPH18 5TLOpen 25 Mar-31 Oct, daily, 9.30am-5.30pm. Adults/OAPs £5.40, children (5-16) £2.50.parking,toilets,part-disabled,picnic,food-drink,shop,dogs,public-transport
Monty Don demonstrates how to plant up and age a stone container to create a formal garden display.springPlanting suggestions for a formal containerDark foliage display with scabiousClassic pelargonium and nemesia containerFormal dressing
containing neonicotinoid and also sprays are still widely available in Gardens Centres up and down the country. Perhaps us gardeners can start writing to our local garden centres and ask if they will follow suit. A little bit of consumer pressure often
Can I plant rhubarb in containers? I only have a small back yard so have to do all my gardening in pots so looking for fruits to try other than strawberries
Hi. Being a novice gardener I would like to ask if anyone has some advice on whether or not I could use a brand new large slanted grit container to grow herbs in? Many thanks in advance..... Hi there - not sure what you mean by a slanted grit