The 2021 season launch of new and returning gardens to the National Garden Scheme portfolio signals hope for a much-missed summer of garden visiting. All garden openings are subject to the coronavirus restrictions in place at the time and in most instances pre-booking of timed entry slots will be in place. Check up-to-date details and book online at www.ngs.org.uk.
Oasis Community Gardens
2a Longfellow Drive, Kilton Estate, Worksop S81 0DE
Saturday 17th April, 10.00am – 6.00pm
Transformed from field to an award winning garden and managed by volunteers, the gardens boast over 30 project areas, several garden enterprises and host community events. Special feature is the first liquorice garden in Worksop for 100 years and ‘flowers for life’ project, growing and selling cut flowers and floristry.
South Street, Normanton on Trent NG23 6RQ
Sunday 25th April, 10.00am – 4.00pm
Three acre garden with mature oak, lime, beech and yew and recently planted trees. Vegetable area, new plantings of bulbs, rhododendrons and a camellia walk sit within this lovely country garden. Recently established parkland. Plants for sale and refreshments.
Gonalston Lane, Hoveringham NG14 7JH
Saturday 24th April and Sunday 25th April, 11.00am – 4.30pm
Charming countryside garden which in April has displays of daffodils, hyacinths and tulips along with erythroniums, brunneras and primulas, set amongst a backdrop of established trees, shrubs and shady paths. Large vegetable / fruit gardens with orchard / meadow completes the picture. Plants for sale, refreshments.