Green Garden Trail - The Hollow - Swanage

22 September 2021
2:00 pm
to
4:00 pm

Dorset Plant Heritage are providing a map and trail of green Biodiverse private gardens open for visits on various days during the week 20-25th September.

The Hollow: This garden shows clearly what can be grown in a challenging climate with salt spray, thin soil and winter extreme rain.  A choice example of ‘right plant right place’ tough plants survive and thrive.  A sunken former stone quarry, makes a surprising garden at the top of a hill above Swanage.  Stone terraces, with unusual shrubs and grasses, form a beautiful pattern of colour and foliage attracting happy butterflies and bees.

This is a lovely late Summer/Autumn garden, with hummingbird hawkmoths amongst the tall scented flowers and foliage.  Display of cacti and airplants.

This garden visit is hosted by Suzanne Nutbeem.

Entrance is free but donations are welcome, to be donated to a local green charity of the hosts choice.

Part of the Dorset Plant Heritage's "GREEN GARDEN TRAIL".

Free

Booking

No booking is required for this Festival Event

Contact details

Organiser name:
Dorset Plant Heritage c/o Alex Brenton
Phone:
01929 459496

Accessibility

Poor/Restricted access

Location & directions

The Hollow, 25 Newton Road, Swanage, Dorset, BH19 2EA ½m S of Swanage town centre. From town follow signs to Durlston Country Park. At top of hill turn right at red postbox into Bon Accord Road. Take the 4th turn right into Newton Rd

Green Garden Trail - The Hollow - Swanage

Location: The Hollow, 25 Newton Road, Swanage, Dorset, BH19 2EA ½m S of Swanage town centre. From town follow signs to Durlston Country Park. At top of hill turn right at red postbox into Bon Accord Road. Take the 4th turn right into Newton Rd

Event Host:

Organiser Name: Dorset Plant Heritage c/o Alex Brenton

Dorset Plant Heritage are providing a map and trail of green Biodiverse private gardens open for visits on various days during the week 20-25th September.

The Hollow: This garden shows clearly what can be grown in a challenging climate with salt spray, thin soil and winter extreme rain.  A choice example of ‘right plant right place’ tough plants survive and thrive.  A sunken former stone quarry, makes a surprising garden at the top of a hill above Swanage.  Stone terraces, with unusual shrubs and grasses, form a beautiful pattern of colour and foliage attracting happy butterflies and bees.

This is a lovely late Summer/Autumn garden, with hummingbird hawkmoths amongst the tall scented flowers and foliage.  Display of cacti and airplants.

This garden visit is hosted by Suzanne Nutbeem.

Entrance is free but donations are welcome, to be donated to a local green charity of the hosts choice.

Part of the Dorset Plant Heritage's "GREEN GARDEN TRAIL".

How to book:

Please book by contacting the event organiser via any of their contact details listed below. Please note Planet Purbeck do not manage bookings and are not responsible for managing availability of places for any festival listings. Please contact us if you are having trouble contacting the organiser.

Event organiser contact details:

Organiser name: Dorset Plant Heritage c/o Alex Brenton Phone: 01929 459496 Email: alexandrob.ab@googlemail.com Website: https://www.plantheritage.org.uk/local-groups/dorset/

Accessibility:

Poor/Restricted access

Meeting place:

The Hollow, 25 Newton Road, Swanage, Dorset, BH19 2EA ½m S of Swanage town centre. From town follow signs to Durlston Country Park. At top of hill turn right at red postbox into Bon Accord Road. Take the 4th turn right into Newton Rd
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