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Repton NGS Village Gardens

Derby

Repton is a thriving village dating back to Anglo Saxon times. The village gardens are all very different, ranging from the very small to very large, several of them have new features for 2019. Askew cottage is a professionally designed garden and has many structural features linked together by curving paths. 16 Askew Grove is new for 2019, it is a small “paradise” garden with a restricted colour palette of carefully selected plants. 10 Chestnut Way is a plantoholic's garden often likened to a tardis - be prepared to be surprised. 22 Pinfold Close is a small garden but is packed full with a special interest in tropical plants. Repton Allotments is a small set of allotments currently undergoing a revival with community area and attractive views across Derbyshire. Woodend Cottage is an organic garden with stunning views from the grass labyrinth.
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    Askew Cottage, Milton Road - The owner, a professional garden designer, has disguised the rectangular site by using curved paths to link together the different areas. Beech, box and yew hedges provide structure and the planting within is constantly evolving. Features include a circle of meadow grass set within a cloud box hedge, trained apple trees, a small wildlife pool and experimental areas of perennial planting.

    16 Askew Grove, A garden inspired by Persian Paradise Gardens. Set within a relatively small plot of approximately 8 by 9 metres attached to a modern house, this enclosed garden includes terraces, walkways, and four beds around a central fountain. It was designed and planted by the owner in 2018. The restricted palette of white and green creates a sense of peace and tranquillity.

    10 Chestnut Way - Wander through an acre of sweeping mixed borders, spring bulbs, mature trees to a stunning butterfly bed, maturing arboretum, established prairie. Meet a pair of passionate, practical, compost loving gardeners who gently manage this plantsman's garden. Designed and maintained by the owners. Expect a colourful display throughout the yr. Plenty of seats, conservatory if wet. Prepare to be surprised, it is often described as a tardis.

    22 Pinfold Close -Small garden with an interest in tropical plants. palms, gingers, cannas and bananas. Mainly foliage plants. Changes over the last year include, construction of a Safari Breeze Hut and repositioning of pond.

    Repton Allotments - Set on the edge of Repton with lovely views over the Derbyshire countryside. There are about 20 plots growing many types of vegetables and flowers too. Includes community area.

    Woodend Cottage - Plant lover's garden with glorious views on a sloping 2½ acre site developed organically for yr-round interest. On lower levels herbaceous borders are arranged informally and connected via lawns, thyme bed, pond and pergolas. Mixed woodland and grassed labyrinth lead naturally into fruit, vegetable and herb potager with meadows beyond.

Features and Attractions

Not all gardens are open at every opening - check website for latest details. All gardens have plenty of seats.

Press and Media Coverage

East Midlands Today TV, Radio Derby, Burton Mail. Derby Evening Telegraph.

Repton NGS Village Gardens- Canceled

Refreshments:

On this day, this garden is open by arrangement, which means that you will have to contact the owner to arrange visits for groups.

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Owner Information

01283 702267
robert.little@ngs.org.uk

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How to find us

Repton NGS Village Gardens
Repton
Derby
Derbyshire
DE65 6FQ

6m S of Derby.
  • More detailed directions
    From A38/A50, S of Derby, follow signs to Willington, then Repton, then R at r'about towards Newton Solney to reach 10 Chestnut Way, other gardens signposted from the r'about.
Accessibility information

Some gardens have grass or gravel paths but most areas accessible.

More about Repton NGS Village Gardens

Askew Cottage, Milton Road - The owner, a professional garden designer, has disguised the rectangular site by using curved paths to link together the different areas. Beech, box and yew hedges provide structure and the planting within is constantly evolving. Features include a circle of meadow grass set within a cloud box hedge, trained apple trees, a small wildlife pool and experimental areas of perennial planting.

16 Askew Grove, A garden inspired by Persian Paradise Gardens. Set within a relatively small plot of approximately 8 by 9 metres attached to a modern house, this enclosed garden includes terraces, walkways, and four beds around a central fountain. It was designed and planted by the owner in 2018. The restricted palette of white and green creates a sense of peace and tranquillity.

10 Chestnut Way - Wander through an acre of sweeping mixed borders, spring bulbs, mature trees to a stunning butterfly bed, maturing arboretum, established prairie. Meet a pair of passionate, practical, compost loving gardeners who gently manage this plantsman's garden. Designed and maintained by the owners. Expect a colourful display throughout the yr. Plenty of seats, conservatory if wet. Prepare to be surprised, it is often described as a tardis.

22 Pinfold Close -Small garden with an interest in tropical plants. palms, gingers, cannas and bananas. Mainly foliage plants. Changes over the last year include, construction of a Safari Breeze Hut and repositioning of pond.

Repton Allotments - Set on the edge of Repton with lovely views over the Derbyshire countryside. There are about 20 plots growing many types of vegetables and flowers too. Includes community area.

Woodend Cottage - Plant lover's garden with glorious views on a sloping 2½ acre site developed organically for yr-round interest. On lower levels herbaceous borders are arranged informally and connected via lawns, thyme bed, pond and pergolas. Mixed woodland and grassed labyrinth lead naturally into fruit, vegetable and herb potager with meadows beyond.

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