Greenhouse

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The original greenhouse was near the house and close to the Bramley Apple tree. But glass houses should not be built beneath apple trees (certainly not ones with apple as large as we get from the Bramley)! We soon moved it to the area near the composts and installed electricity for the propagation bench. As well as the usual tomatoes, courgettes, peppers etc. we grow a large range of seeds. The grape vine has been a bit of fun, lots of grapes but no Chateau Chestnut Way vintage just yet. In 2004 we bought a new, larger (8x12) greenhouse and took the opportunity to move its position a few more yards up the garden to get less shade from the willow. The mature grap vine had to be dug up, moved about 6 feet and re-planted. The extra elbow room we now have is very much appreciated.

 

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NGS open days in 2019:

Sunday February 17th (11.00-3.00pm) - Hot Soup also available
Sunday February 24th (11.00-3.00pm)
- Hot Soup also available
Monday May 27th (1.30-5.30pm)
- Combined with other Repton NGS Village Gardens*
Thursday June 27th (12.00-5.00pm)
- A midweek opening
Sunday July 21st (1.30-5.30pm)
- Combined with other Repton NGS Village Gardens*
Delicious home-made cakes with tea or coffee available.

Entrance £4 children free, all takings (entry, teas and plants) to the NGS.

* Repton NGS Village Gardens are a group of 5 or 6 NGS gardens, the entry fee to see all of the gardens is only £6

We are also open for the NGS by arrangement, (for groups of 10 or more - adm £6 incl home-made teas and guided tour)

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