21 Northchurch Terrace

Walled town garden (35ft x 75ft) with formal feel. Deep herbaceous borders stuffed with shrubs and perennials, pond, fruit trees, pergola and patio pots.
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    This garden has areas of intense sunlight and deep shade and the planting attempts to take these factors into account. Some of the shrubs are new, others are in their prime. Many are quite large, such as crambe, euphorbia millefera, an unnamed palm and hydrangea quercifolia. The garden has new additions every year as the owner is a plantaholic.

Features and Attractions

Pond with waterlilies, areas specifically for ferns and grasses, pergola covered with a grape vine and clematis.

21 Northchurch Terrace- 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.

Pre-booking essential, please go to our events page to book your tickets.

Admission by donation

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Owner Information

Nancy Korman

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How to find us

21 Northchurch Terrace
London
N1 4EB

Accessibility information

Entrance down 4 steps. Might be difficult for those with llmited mobility but not impossible and a hand-rail is available.

More about 21 Northchurch Terrace

This garden has areas of intense sunlight and deep shade and the planting attempts to take these factors into account. Some of the shrubs are new, others are in their prime. Many are quite large, such as crambe, euphorbia millefera, an unnamed palm and hydrangea quercifolia. The garden has new additions every year as the owner is a plantaholic.

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