Reveley Lodge in Bushey Heath will be open on Sunday 9th from 2pm to 6pm, details below. Reveley Lodge is supported by John and Madeline McCormack.
A 2½-acre garden surrounding a Victorian house bequeathed to Bushey Museum in 2003 and in the process of re-planting and renovation. Featuring colourful annual, tender perennial and medicinal planting in beds surrounding a mulberry tree. Conservatory, lean-to greenhouse, vegetable garden and beehive. Analemmatic (human) sundial constructed in stone, believed unique to Hertfordshire.
Adrian de Baat
Adrian opened his garden on the 26th of July amid a day long downpour, and compared to normal had a rather modest group of visitors. As a result Adrian and Clare have decided to open again this weekend on Sunday 9th from 2 – 5:30pm and hope for better weather.
Town garden of around a third of an acre with naturalistic planting inspired by the Dutch garden designer, Piet Oudolf. The garden has perennial borders packed with herbaceous plants and grasses. The contemporary planting gives way to the exotic, including a succulent bed and under mature trees, a lush jungle garden with bamboos, bananas, palms and tree ferns.
More information at Adrian’s NGS Page & Gardeners World Appearance & Adrian’s own garden website.