AS part of the National Garden Scheme, a beautifully designed garden is set to open up to the public in Droitwich Spa at the end of the month.
Malley and David Terry’s garden at 24 Alexander Way, is filled with borders containing rare plants and shrubs, as well as sweeping lawns and paths, and a small woodland area.
Visitors will be able to see more than 100 varities of clematis climbing the surrounding high hedges, and a number of drought resistant and Alpine plants in the south facing front garden.
This is also an excellent time of year to take in the full array of spring bulbs in the garden.
The garden will be open on Sunday, April 20 from 2-5.30pm, and admission is £3.50 for adults while children can enter free of charge.
For more information on all NGS gardens, visit ngs.org.uk.