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National Garden Scheme’s Yellow Book Charity Show Garden Opening

We are opening up our wonderful show gardens as part of the National Garden Scheme's Yellow Book. Last year we raised over £1,000 for charity...
Visitors to the event will be offered a special discount on our garden ornaments with an additional percentage being donated by Haddonstone to the NGS*.
The stunning show gardens attract visitors from around the world and have been featured on television programmes including BBC Gardeners’ World,
BBC Wild About Your Garden and How it's Made.
We look forward to welcoming you to East Haddon. Join us for a glass of bubbly and enjoy some nibbles whilst listening to the unique French Cafe sounds of Terry Smith on harmonica on Saturday 14th July and acclaimed jazz sax player John Ray Driscoll on Sunday 15th July.
The Haddonstone show gardens are located in the beautiful setting of the walled manor gardens in the heart of East Haddon village. Haddonstone’s two acre show gardens have developed as the company has expanded. The original show garden includes planters, fountains, statues, bird baths and sundials in a fabulous setting. The Jubilee Garden was opened in 1998 and includes a pavilion, temple and gothic grotto. An Orangery was constructed in 2002 and is a prominent feature on the main lawn. The Contemporary Garden opened in 2010 and the Statue Walk in 2011, and a wild flower meadow has now also been created.
For more information about this event please visit or call 44(0)1604 770711.



Preferred Contact: Nicola Clements