Cirencester, Gloucestershire Sunday 23rd June 2019 2.00pm to 5.00pm
Private gardens will be open in Stratton, a village on the edge of Cirencester. Each of the gardens has a unique feature, for example one garden has over 50 clematis, but all show what can be done in modest gardens rather than gardening on a grand scale.
All proceeds be split between Phoenix Gardeners and The Churn Project.
Plant sales Plants for sale, grown by Phoenix Gardeners.
How to get event passports Buy tickets on the day from any participating garden.
Directions Stratton is a village on the north western edge of Cirencester. The A417 and A435 intersection is the nearest major cross roads to the garden. From Swindon take the A 419 and exit at Cirencester. From Cheltenham and Gloucester exit A 419 at Daglingworth and follow the road. Parking is limited - please park courteously.
Location County: Gloucestershire Postcode for Sat Nav: GL7 2HU (please verify before travelling) Find approximate location on GoogleMaps (new window)