Imaginative new garden in Retford open in June for National Garden Scheme

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For three consecutive Saturdays, starting on June 10, a new and imaginative garden is open for the Nottinghamshire National Garden scheme in Retford.

Formerly a two-acre field, the garden owners have worked tirelessly for the last five years to create a new and unusual garden.

Features include a moon gate entranced pond, island beds with unusual shrubs and perennials and sculptures and lots of shaded or sunny seating areas.

Why not visit and bring along a picnic?

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Moongate pond.Moongate pond.
Moongate pond.

Remember every garden visit raises funds for cancer and nursing charities – last year the National Garden Scheme donated £3.11 million to beneficiaries.

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The garden boasts wheelchair access, parking, refreshments, a picnic area and cashless payments.

Pre-booking is essential. To book a visit, call 01777 948620.

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