In celebration of British flowers week I am opening up my flower farm to visitors on Thursday 6th June. I grow my flowers at Bridge Nursery in Napton. Bridge Nursery specialises in bamboos, grasses, alpines, shrubs and a superb range of interesting perennials and there is also an NGS garden which is a brilliant example of what can be achieved on heavy clay – the whole site is very heavy clay.

Entry fee includes a tour of the flower farm, entry to the NGS garden and tea/coffee and cake. You will also be able to browse the nursery and buy plants as well as choose from a range of bunches of cut flowers. The nursery takes cards – you’ll need cash for the flowers. Car parking is available but limited so try to car share if possible. The flower farm ground is uneven and not suitable for people with any mobility issues or children. You will need sturdy footwear and please only come if you have a booked.

There will be three sessions morning, afternoon and early evening, click here to book.