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Invite to view Open Garden in Kingswood – Sunday 27th May 2018

The Wilson family at Shieling, The Warren, Kingswood KT20 6PQ will be opening their garden, as part of the National Open Garden Scheme and invite you, your family, friends and neighbours to join them for a cup of tea/coffee and cake on Sunday 27 May, 11am – 5pm

Ticket proceeds will benefit Charities registered with the National Garden Scheme and sale proceeds from Teas/Coffees will benefit The Children’s Trust, Tadworth.

Further details as follows:

Kingswood Gardening News – May 2018

Making your garden really special this summer. By Sarah Wilson March and April were really dismal months, except for a few days of beautiful weather in late April, so you have probably kept out of your very muddy and cold garden! At this time of year you can really enhance your garden with spring blossom […] Continue reading →

Kingswood Gardening News – March 2018

Introducing native plants into your garden. By Sarah Wilson In Kingwood we are fortunate to live in an area surrounded by native woodland and we have many remnants of the historic landscape of the medieval Kingswood in our gardens. In local deciduous woodland there is birch, beech, hazel, ash and hawthorn – all trees which […] Continue reading →

Kingswood Gardening News – January 2018

Winter scent and colour in your garden. By Sarah Wilson If you do brave the cold and rain this month it is nice to have something with colour and scent in your garden. Not only will this please you, but it will also ensure that birds and insects have something to eat over the winter […] Continue reading →

Kingswood Gardening News – December 2017

December in the garden and presents for gardeners. By Sarah Wilson In December most of the plants in the garden are green although the brown seed heads of grasses and perennials are still standing despite the high winds. There are however quite a few colourful and scented flowers hidden in sheltered corners providing winter food […] Continue reading →

Kingswood Gardening News – September 2017

Shrubs with autumn colour and lessons learned from this summer in my garden. By Sarah Wilson As we approach autumn we look forward to the reds and oranges of our trees and the berries of late summer but do you have any shrubs, which are at their best in late summer?  In my garden are […] Continue reading →

Kingswood Gardening News – August 2017

High summer in your garden By Sarah Wilson Many thanks to everyone who helped or visited our garden this summer – over the summer we have made £1800 for the NGS and £825 for the Childrens Trust. The NGS supports a number of charities including Macmillan Cancer Support, Marie Curie, Parkinson’s UK and the MS […] Continue reading →

Kingswood Gardening News – July 2017

Midsummer Jottings By Sarah Wilson July and August colour I was anxious that for my open garden on Sunday there wouldn’t be much colour in the garden as I rely on shrubs and perennials for colour and only had a few non-hardy plants such as scented Pelargonium in pots. I needn’t have worried because I […] Continue reading →