Sunday 30 August 2015

Visit our Camberwell exotic jungle garden: open for one afternoon only for the NGS! Sunday 6th September 2015

On Sunday 6th September from 2-5:30pm, our garden will be open for one afternoon only to raise money for the charities supported by the National Gardens Scheme
The Yellow Book says....
An exotic garden full of the exuberance of late summer inspired by travel in Southeast Asia. A jungle of big leafed plants, bold colours and shapes including bananas, dahlias and towering Paulownias. Huge hidden garden gives unexpected size with ponds, bee hives, sunken terrace, productive area. Lawn and lots of hidden corners give spaces to sit and enjoy. Renowned for delicious cake!

Also available is:

- Lots of lots of cake
- Plants for sale
- Camberwell honey from the bees in the garden
- Preserves and jams (sold in aid of the Grove Park Tree bases group)

To find us we are at 24 Grove Park, London, SE5 8LH (the Chadwick Road end of Grove Park) Driving should be relatively easy as there is lots of street parking, and we are about 10 mins walk from either Denmark Hill or Peckham Rye Rail stations. If you want to eat our favourite restaurants that are 5-10 mins away are Ganapati (Indian) you will need to book, Victoria Inn (pub food). If you want the full Camberwell experience we are about 15 mins walk from Camberwell Green and eat at the Crooked Well or Camberwell Arms.For the super cool go to Franks Cafe in Peckham for an amazing view and unexpected experience...

However, whatever you do leave lots of room for cake!


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