The British Red Cross Open Gardens at Fawley Court offers a chance to view these very private gardens. Fawley Court Gardens, set around three pools, contain a large number of unusual trees and shrubs and is a beautiful example of an English country garden.
It is a wonderful place to relax and spot the kingfishers, water shrews and the not so shy ducks and moorhens. There are stunning borders of mixed herbaceous plants, roses and annuals. The rose terraces are a delight when in flower, many scented, filling the air with their delicate fragrance. The lavender too should be in flower and be busy with bees.
The gardens are now managed organically with an emphasis on looking after the surrounding wildlife. Areas of meadow encircle one of the pools with seed of local provenance, used to create a species rich environment.
A light lunch, teas and a plant sale will all be available to make your afternoon very special.
The British Red Cross are enormously grateful to the family for granting them this chance to visit Fawley Court despite the recent death of Mr Clay, whose Memorial Service will be in Hereford Cathedral on Thursday 6th July at 2.00pm .
For more information contact
Caroline Savage or Jordan Harris
t: 07738 340581
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