House Beds

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The house walls are covered in climbers. The most impressive is a large wisteria that covers the back of the house. It does not flower for very long but it is spectactular; we have planted a clematis Jingle Bells amongst it which does give some interest in the winter. We also have a Clematis Freckles up a drainpipe which was amazing in Winter 2006/2007 - it really did put on a show, not just a few odd flowers. The conservatory provides a surprising amount of shade to the bed on the south side of the house but there is a very good Iris Ungularis that flowers throughout the winter in mild periods. There are a few more clematis around the base of the conservatory - Blue Angel is always very florific and Niobe on the other side is dramatic, although inclined to get mildew.

Go forward to the Bramley bed
Go back to the Front garden

NGS open days in 2017:

Saturday February 25th (11.00-3.00pm) - Hot Soup also available
Sunday February 26th (11.00-3.00pm)
- Hot Soup also available
Sunday May 21st (1.30-5.30pm)
- Combined with other Repton Village Gardens*
Sunday July 16th (1.30-5.30pm)
- Combined with other Repton Village Gardens*
Sunday September 24th (1.30-5.30pm)
- Combined with other Repton Village Gardens*
Delicious home-made cakes with tea or coffee available.

Entrance £3, all proceeds (entry, teas and plants) to the NGS.

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

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

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