Pirate's Bed

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Pirate's bed was named after a long haired guinea pig. The steps leading to some old pots, made from disused pipes, are an unusual feature. The weeping willow tree overhangs the bed, it is quite sheltered and very dry but we do manage to grow some choice erythroniums and other spring plants. To increase the amount of light coming in, overhanging branches of the willow tree have to be kept pruned.

This photo is of the archway between the shed which are between Pirates bed and the Horseshoe bed. The narrowest of our archways, getting a wheel barrow through is not easy, but there are good alternatives so it doesn't matter.

    

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NGS open days in 2018:

Sunday February 25th (11.00-3.00pm) - Hot Soup also available
Sunday March 4th (11.00-3.00pm)
- Hot Soup also available
Monday May 28th (1.30-5.30pm)
- The 20th anniversary of our first ever NGS opening
Sunday July 16th (1.30-5.30pm)
- Combined with other Repton NGS Village Gardens*
Sunday September 24th (1.30-5.30pm)
- Combined with other Repton NGS Village Gardens*
Delicious home-made cakes with tea or coffee available.

Entrance £3 in February & March, £4 in May, 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 £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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