The award winning garden in St George, Bristol UK.
The garden at 28 Kensington Road is owned by Grenville Johnson & Alan Elms and has
won numerous awards including being selected by Alan Titchmarsh
as one of his best British back gardens.
It was featured on BBC's ‘Gardeners World.’
It has also been featured in the book ‘Dream Gardens of England’ published by Merrell,
and in Frances Tophill’s book ‘First Time Gardener.’
In 2006 the garden was selected byThe Daily Mail
as a finalist in the National Garden Competition.
The garden has also been featured on ‘The Great British Garden Revival’
and in garden magazines, and on local radio.
Under normal circumstances the garden is open on specific dates during the summer
Details of the open dates and times are normally posted on this site & on our Facebook
page in relation to the Covid regulations.
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The magical folly, featuring the stone statue of ‘Toothache Man’ replicated from
the medieval stone carving at Wells Cathedral, Somerset, UK
A view of the large stone Font & second doorway within the Folly.
Frances Tophill co-presenter of BBC’s ‘Gardeners World’ visited the garden
& featured the garden in her book ‘First Time Gardener.’
The table & seating area with the classical stone faux doorway.
This area also features the Stumpery, the Fernery and the rocky outcrop.