Gardens in Greenwich


The Westcombe Woodlands - access from Seren Park Car Park adjacent to Maze Hill Station.
Saturday August 8th and Sunday August 9th

4 acres of wild woodlands with paths through the woods to a central glade with bee hives, fruit trees and a pond. Refreshments of tea and cake available. Access notes: Unfortunately, not suitable for wheelchairs

The White House, Crooms Hill, London SE10 8HH
Saturday 8th and Sunday 9th August

A walled garden around the historic home of the Astronomers Royal. A cottagey feel to the garden with a mulberry tree, borders, swing seat and good sized lawn.

Cream Tea refreshments available

101 Mycenae Road, SE3 7RX
Sunday August 9th

A mature garden designed in the 1930’s containing a footbridge and a small waterfall. A variety of shrubs and trees, paths and herbaceous borders.

Refreshments of tea and cake available

Hamilton House, 14 West Grove, London SE10 8QT
Saturday August 8th and Sunday August 9th

This south facing garden has been transformed by the present owners over the last 8 years. The house opens on to a broad terrace, from which a number of pathways lead to groupings of plants and shrubs, providing colour and visual surprises. A wonderful space for children and dogs to escape into.

Refreshments of tea and cake available

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Garden at Heathwood Garden, photo Martha Gowans, 2 cropped

5 Angerstein Lane London SE3 7TT
Sunday August 9th

Informally planted garden which includes a mixture of cottage garden favourites, espaliered fruit trees and old fashioned roses. Garden featured in The Guardian

Refreshments will include tea, coffee and cake.
The Meadway is a gravel drive with an uneven surface and there is very limited parking outside the house; if arriving by car please park on Eliot Vale.

9 St Johns Park, London SE3 7TD7TT
Sunday August 9th

A deep-set front garden with gravel pathways and buxus edged mixed borders. A yew arch and narrow entrance lead to the extensive rear garden. Vegetable and soft fruit raised beds, mature trees, shrubs and mixed flower beds edge a lawn divided by new espalier trees and a rose arch. A willow hedge leads to a wooded ‘dell’ with wildlife pond and semi-shaded planting.

Access notes: The arch and narrow entrance means unfortunately this garden is not accessible for wheelchairs.

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