Evelyn's Garden

Now 75, I live on my memories but that does not prevent me recently climbing to the top of Snowdon.  I split most of my time between the garden and the herd. As ‘caretaker’it is my pleasure to maintain the  spectacular gardens developed by my wife; which is an extravaganza of hundreds of plants in three-quarters of an acre, including 70 roses, 35 hydrangeas, dozens of penstemons and hundreds of geraniums, petunias and fuchsias. Hence the joy of opening the gardens to the public, which of course is another means of supporting my favoured charities.


I’ve done open gardens before but this time, because of the restrictions, I had to limit people to two-hour slots and was unable to serve teas. I still took over £600 on the gate, with some people insisting on paying on the way in and the way out!”

I had intended to have a farmers open day on the 26th September this year but had to abandon it. Look out for another go next year 

O P E N    G A R D E N    2020

Second open garden event open to the public
16th August 2020

It was a successful day at the open garden event.

The final result realised

£1150

For Ovarian Cancer Action

A big thanks to all for generously supporting the event.



OPEN GARDEN EVENT
The first open garden
29th June 2019

It was a successful day at the open garden event.

The final result realised

£1855

For Ovarian Cancer Action.  

 A big thank you to Llanrhaeadr Garden Club for their considerable help with teas etc and contribution of £250.

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