Little Urswick Village Gardens
Opening dates and times:Suns 6 July; 10 Aug (11-5)
Admission:Combined adm £3.50, chd free
Description:A small quiet village on the Furness Peninsula with houses set around small village green. Eight very diverse gardens varying in size with individual attractions and interests
Further details:Beckside Farm
A beautiful wrap-around garden belonging to a very keen plantswoman that is reflected in the clever use of plants and colour and has a raised vegetable plant all managed along organic lines. Unusual herbaceous perennials mainly grown from seeds and cuttings.
Anne and Richard Kenyon
A productive garden with free-range hens and tortoise, bee hives, fruit trees and even a mulberry bush. In addition there is a large beautiful victorian conservatory.
Attractive, tranquil garden having lovely countryside views with herbaceous
and shrub borders. Also a productive vegetable garden. Seating area with pond. Designed and built by owners.
Bev and Mike Williams
A garden that belongs to two very keen cyclists which is reflected in some very unusual climbing frames and also with a small productive vegetable garden.
Christine and Jeff Winder
A garden that is geared around outdoor entertainment with a gazebo, hot tub and barbeque area. Mature garden and productive vegetable plot.
A former farmhouse with courtyard garden and former orchard fill with herbatious borders and rear walled garden with raised lilly pond and topiary garden.