August 2 @ 2:00 pm - 5:00 pm
Set against a stunning backdrop with panoramic views of Hergest Ridge, the rolling hills of Huntington and Disgwylfa Hill, Lower Gaer’s beautiful two-acre garden is full of interest, originality and surprises. The garden was developed from scratch by Sue and Mark who moved to Lower Gaer nine years ago. They began planting among the old barn ruins adjacent to the house and are now transforming the field below with themed borders, including stream and pond borders, shrubberies, a white garden, colourful herbaceous borders, a rose pergola, an orchard and vegetable plot. It is a work in progress. As the garden matures new additions are created and the field retreats!
The garden will be open from 2:00 until 5:00 on Sunday 2nd August, with ample parking in the field opposite Lower Gaer. Tea, coffee and cakes will be served throughout the afternoon. There will also be an opportunity to purchase an assortment of plants from the Plant Stall, many of which you can see growing in the garden. Admission is £5 per person.
Please note, there is lawned access to the majority of the garden. However, the barn gardens and white garden (both containing steps) are via a gravelled courtyard and therefore unsuitable for wheelchair access. Toilet facilities are via several steps.