Opening as part of the Glorious Somerset Gardens Season, in aid of St. Margaret’s Hospice, Magdalene Street in Glastonbury has three gardens to visit. Entry by donation please.
Greenhill House : A secluded walled garden with a Catalpa bignoides and a mature Magnolia grandiflora; a mixture of roses, iris and agapanthus adding colour and scent with a background of foliage plants. Using the borders, walls, pots and step-overs there is a selection of apricot, nectarine, apples, pears, plums and cherries. Regret no dogs due to free running chickens ! Refreshments on sale, WC available.
The Covenstead : A lovely courtyard garden in the centre of Glastonbury , bohemian and relaxed with hammocks and swinging chairs – lay back and enjoy a glass of sangria, or non-alcoholic alternative
Magdalene House : The garden has been a winning entry in Glastonbury in Bloom for the last seven years = a front garden of a bed and breakfast business with stunning container grown plants, a narrow slate path allows walkway to view the plants
Parking on road, or Public Car Park Opposite Magdalene Street