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28 Open Gardens


4 & 5 May COOMBE MEADOW Newton Abbot. TQ13 7HU 11am – 4pm Garden recently restored to its former glory – woodland walks, ponds, terracing and wild flower meadows of the edge of Dartmoor. www.ngs.co.uk


12 & 19 May, 29 & 30 June HIGHER ASH FARM Large kitchen garden, pond and bog garden, orchard, herbaceous borders and a variety of shrubs and trees. www.ngs.co.uk


18 & 19 May SPITCHWICK MANOR Newton Abbot 6½ acre garden with extensive beautiful views – mature garden undergoing refreshment. 11am – 4.30pm. Tel: 01364 631209. admin@bennah.co.uk


1 & 2 June MALBOROUGH OPEN GARDENS Raising funds for the village church a range of gardens of all sizes and types will open to the public. 12noon – 5.30pm.


8 June


RIVERFORD FIELD KITCHEN GARDEN Buckfastleigh An impressive 5yr old organic kitchen garden with an inspiring range of vegetables. Practical demos and veg-in- spired cakes. 11am – 5pm. www.ngs.co.uk


9 June MIDDLE WELL GARDENS Stoke Gabriel 11am – 5pm. Tranquil 2 acre garden with a wealth of interesting plants and vistas. Child friendly. Refreshments in aid of Devon Air Ambulance. www.ngs.co.uk


8 & 9 June ABBOTSKERSWELL OPEN GARDENS A group of gardens and allotments ranging from very small to large with a wide range of planting styles and innovative landscaping. Teas, plant sale, garden produce and creative crafts. www.ngs.org.uk


14 - 16 June BRAMBLE TORRE Dittisham, TQ6 0HZ Set in 20 acreas of farmland, the 3-acre garden follows a rambling stream through a steep valley. Animals, vegeta- bles and shrubs abound. Plum & apple orchard. 2 – 6pm www.ngs.co.uk


22 & 23 June BOVEY TRACEY OPEN GARDENS A group of varied gardens in this town on the edge of Dartmoor. A range of gardens with good view. Plant sales and home-made teas. 1.30 – 5.30pm. www.ngs.org.uk


Fast Rabbit Farm Garden created in sheltered valley with natural


stream. Several ponds and lake, partially wooded, rockery, extensively planted, extends to 43 acres plus new woodland planting and walks.


Garden created in sheltered valley with natural stream. Several ponds and lake, partially wooded, rockery, extensively planted, extends to 12 acres plus new woodland planting and walks. Car park. Some level walks


welcome


Dogs on leads


OPEN DAILY, ALL YEAR ROUND Admission £5.00, Children 50p


Open Sundays 11am-5pm March to November Bank Holiday Mondays


Parties welcome by appointment


(see website for details) Admission £3.50, Children 50p


Parties welcome by appointment. Disabled: Please phone prior to visit www.fastrabbitfarm.co.uk


PLANTS FOR SALE


Monthly guided walks with local naturalist Disabled: please phone prior to visit (call for details) Car park. Some level walks


Strawberry Valley, Dartmouth, TQ6 0NB www.fastrabbitfarm.co.uk


Tel: 07813 504490


Ash Cross, Dartmouth Tel: 07813 504490


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PLANTS FOR SALE


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