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Garden Category: South West England Gardens
This small, award winning, inner city garden is situated 3 miles from Bristol city centre. The garden measures 20 feet by 18 feet, and is open to the public during the summer months and for The National Scheme. It is probably the smallest garden to open for the N.G.S, and was given a whole page feature- ‘Small is beautiful – the garden with the wow factor’ in the famous yellow book for 2007.
It has also received considerable acclaim after reaching the finals in The Daily Mail National Gardens Competition, 2006 and was featured on B.B.C.television’s ‘Gardeners World’ as well as numerous features in gardening magazines and national newspapers. It has been described as an example of ‘Innovate inner city gardening’. The garden features numerous ‘domains’ on two decked levels, each with a different theme including an Italianate garden, wildlife pond with water cascade,Woodland outcrop and stumpery, Southern Hemisphere and exotic gardens as well as a temple ruin folly and rocky outcrop.