Numbers 65, 67, 69, 71 & 73 Kew Green.
Five long gardens behind a row of 18 century houses on the Green, close to the Royal Botanic Gardens. These gardens feature profusely planted and traditional borders of a mature English country garden, and contrast formal gardens, terraces and lawns, laid out around tall old trees, with wilder ares and woodland and wild flower planting. One has an unusual architect designed summerhouse, while another offers the surprise of a modern planting of espaliered miniature fruit trees.
Teas will be available in St Anne’s church hall over the Green.
Combined admission £6, children free.
There is a plant stall, & if anyone wants to contribute to this , please leave plants ready potted/named outside no 73 in advance.