Description: A long garden (35m) in a corner site of Glassel Park Estate. Planting is mostly by plant type - heathers, hosta, grasses, ferns, paeony, iris, alpine, rose - in ‘gardens within the garden’. Water features abound and an unheated conservatory contains cacti and insectivorous plants. Liquidambar, ‘kousa’ cornuses, contorted robinia, cherries, magnolia and rowan hupehensis provide vertical structure within the limited space. A flowering presence throughout the year complements our interest in bees and butterflies.
Directions: By car: Enter Dean Road from A198, right at Kings Avenue, right at Kings Park. By bus (124): Old Dean Road stop, down Old Dean Road, right at Kings Avenue, right at Kings Park.