NETHER EDGE OPEN GARDENS

11th June 2017 

All venues will be identified by balloons 

A wonderful chance to see some of Nether Edge's many different gardens

 

Natalie Glass 134 Psalter Lane 2:00pm – 6:00pm 

Access (including for wheelchair) from Sandbeck Place (to rear of house). 

An all-year-round, Victorian ribbon garden packed with interest. In mid-summer, many roses, a collection of phloxes, fruit trees and bushes and a wide variety of cottage plants. 2 wildlife ponds. Refreshments and a few plants for sale. Donations in aid of RSPCA Sheffield 

 

Peter Machan 55 Kingfield Rd 2:00pm – 5:00pm 

Level access to rear patio area. 

A true plantsman’s garden, steeply terraced for a mystery tour of all types of plants. Pond. Spectacular collection of hostas. Greenhouse. And new features this year! Plants for sale. Donations in aid of Village Aid. 

 

Brian and Helen Palmer 30 Wostenholm Rd 2:00pm – 5:00pm 

Level access to front garden and one very small step through to back garden. 

Delightful cottage-style front and rear gardens with a vast range of perennials from the natural and wild to the exotic including ferns, grasses and euphorbias and a pond with marginal plants. Many interesting specimens in pots. Light refreshments and plants for sale. Donations in aid of St Wilfrid’s Drop-in Centre 

 

David and Gina Pierce. 96 Montgomery Road 2.00 pm - 5.00 pm. 

A couple of steps down to a level garden from the rear patio. All the garden is visible from the patio. 

A very well designed garden with a neat lawn, and herbaceous borders featuring an interesting collection of clipped conifers and a lovely pond. Small produce area and greenhouse. Remarkable summerhouse/pavilion the full width of the end of the garden. (Not open to visitors). Donations in aid of St Luke’s 

 

Marion Rout 78 Kingfield Road. 2:00pm – 5:00pm 

Flat access to front garden and rear patio area before steps lead up to main garden area. Large garden approximately ¾ acre originally designed for R. J. Stokes of Stokes Paints fame with a mixture of hard and soft landscaping, herbaceous borders, tree specimens and pond. Donations in aid of Medecins Sans Frontiers. 

 

 

Barbara and John Shuker Audrey Cottage, 83 Union Road 2,00pm -5.00pm 

Level access to patio, gravel driveways and lawns with plant borders on three sides of this very attractive house dating from the mid nineteenth century. Please note that, because of ongoing building work, there is no access to the stream area at the end of the garden. Donations in aid of St Wilfrid’s. 

 

Richard Knowles 24A Montgomery Rd 2,00pm. – 5.00pm. 

Pretty woodland garden with a special focus on tree ferns and grasses. Level access to a good viewing point through the side gate. Donations for St Luke’s Hospice