These delightful gardens are on the edge of the Lincolnshire Wolds, overlooking the Ancholme Valley. The gardens have been lovingly created over many years from farmland and are the inspiration of Helen, ably helped by Mike. There is no overall plan and the gardens have just grown over the years.
The three and a half acres of garden are a wonderful mix of trees, shrubs and perennial plants along with wild flower grassland (and chickens). A derelict windmill mill has been turned into a fernery and there are water and architectural features scattered throughout the gardens. The tall metal 'poppy seeds' are particularly stunning. There is so much to see and enjoy.
The gardens are open Thursdays and Sundays and are well worth visiting. There are also many plants propagated from those in the gardens, for sale.