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2 Littlebury Road

Small garden, creatively packed with bright colours and interesting plants. Features a living wall of 50 fern species, a micro-pond, tropical plants and quirky indoor plants. In July colour comes from monad, clematis, acanthus, salvia and aliums. September opening sees Dahlias in triumphant, unmissable glory. Owned by a garden designer/writer who uses his garden as a trial ground for new ideas.

Fern wall planned and constructed by the owners to house their collection of rare and unusual fern species. Plants in every part of the house, from the front, through rooms and out to the garden. Cut flowers from Jack's allotment.

Sunday 9 September (12 - 5pm). Admission £3.50, children free. Home-made teas.

Jack Wallington & Christopher Anderson

How to find us

2 Littlebury Road, Clapham, London, SW4 6DN

2 mins from Clapham High Street station, 4 mins walk from Clapham North & Clapham Common. From main High St, head down Clapham Manor St, turn R down Voltaire Rd past leisure centre. Take 1st L on Littlebury Rd, house on R.

More about 2 Littlebury Road

Small urban garden packed with bright colours and creative use of space. Featuring many unusual Dahlias, a living wall containing 50 different Fern species, micro-pond, tropical plants and quirky indoor plants. This is a garden where the plants are very happy and the inspiration behind the garden is very clear.

Owned by a garden designer and blogger but is not designed, Littlebury is an experimental trial ground for new ideas.

The owners Jack and Chris recently renovated the entire flat to open out the back of the house to look onto the garden all year round, and the garden is designed so that all the year round there is something interesting to see.