The theory of evolution rather than revolution is the abiding theme at Kiftsgate Court gardens created by three generations of women gardeners, and the owner Anne Chambers has continued the family tradition of seeking out new and interesting plants to complement the colour schemes which were established when the garden was originally laid out. Her introductory talk begins the visit. The garden has a magnificent situation and views, many unusual plants and shrubs, tree peonies, hydrangeas, abutilons, species and old-fashioned roses including the largest rose in England, Rosa filipes 'Kiftsgate'. Some paths are steep, uneven and can become slippery when wet or very dry. Sensible shoes strongly recommended. Refreshments included.
By kind permission of Mrs Anne Chambers
- Friends £20, guests £25
- Maximum 40
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