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Montgomery gardens to open up Sunday

Created on 30/06/2022 @ 12:17


Some of the most stunning gardens in the area will be open to the public this Sunday.

Twenty gardens will open up in Montgomery to offer visitors the opportunity to enjoy their delights and gain inspiration for their own gardens, large or small.

In a slight variation from tradition, the gardens are open in July rather than early June, offering a different perspective with a full mid-summer display.

The gardens will be open from 11am-5pm and visitors can purchase a map for £5 per adult (children free) from the Town Hall on the day, or in advance from Bunners or The Flower House in Montgomery.

The map is the entry ticket to all the gardens so visitors are invited to wander at will and sample some, or all, of the gardens.

Tea, coffee and home-made cakes will be available from a stall outside the Town Hall and can be enjoyed in the nearby Institute or Wynnstay House gardens, where seating will be provided. To add to the ambience, there will be live music popping up in some of the gardens.

“As always there is an amazing variety of gardens to view from large, long-established gardens to beautifully-created, tucked away Mediterranean style courtyards, to gardens recently created with skill and care from the most unpromising building plots. Each is completely individual and enchanting in its own way,” said a spokesperson for the day which is raising money for the Mayor’s Charity, DPJ Rural Mental Health Foundation, and Montgomery Show.

There are a number of new entrants this year including the first ‘out of town’ garden at Rhiew Goch farm, a hugely productive garden with colour and beautiful views in every direction, making it well worth the short drive or walk to visit.


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