The National Gardens Scheme says
‘An exotic garden full of the exuberance of late summer inspired by travel in Southeast Asia. A lush and naturalistic jungle of big leafed plants, bold colours and shapes including cannas, bananas, Bamboos, dahlias and towering paulownias.
Huge ‘hidden’ garden, created from being able to buy the bottom half of two of the neighbour’s gardens gives the garden an unexpected size. Overall there are two ponds (one for wildlife and one with fish), bee hives (honey hopefully for sale!), a productive area and contemporary sunken terrace full of prized plants.
The lower lawn has lots of seating and hidden corners give space to sit and enjoy the tea and cake for which the garden is renowned
Wandering the garden we hope you will be surprised by unusual plants, and lost in the exotica.
Featured on BBC Gardeners World, BBC the Instant Gardener and the Independent magazine. Garden News Garden of the week (2018)
We are located in Camberwell on the Chadwick Road end of Grove Park with plenty of street parking. Dont be confused by my road that has a bit loop and odd numbering! look for the bridget....We are a 10-15 min walk from Denmark Hill or Peckham Rye Stations Map here
Some pictures to tempt you in....