Gill has provided an impressive 3D visualisation of her garden. It’s pretty well like being there. All we need now to complete the virtual reality experience is the sound of the river gliding by and the scent of that newly mown lawn. Try panning around the garden and click on the 360 symbols to moveContinue reading “3D visualisation on River Place”
Today, a look round one of my all-time favourites from Gargrave Open Gardens. You may well have glimpsed the Old School House garden if you have walked along the Pennine Way through Gargrave. As you enjoy your tour of the gardens, please remember our invitation to make a donation to the work of St Andrew’sContinue reading “Welcome to Old School House Garden”
Hello again and welcome to our 500th visitor to Gargrave Gardens go Global! Today’s post is a look round Mary and Nigel’s garden on Walton Avenue, one of the stalwarts of Open Gardens as it is one of the few gardens that has opened every year for as long as we have been running OpenContinue reading “A look round a garden by the River Aire”
Joan and Nigel’s garden on Riverside has been thriving during lockdown. They were so pleased that people taking their daily exercise were able to stop and enjoy the garden as they passed by on the village green. The church tower behind their garden has remained silent since 23rd March. They’ve missed the church bells andContinue reading “Riverside: crescendo of lupins by the silent bells”
Cross the canal bridge and join Allison on a tour of one of Gargrave’s horticultural highlights.
Spring 2020 has been the season of big garden projects. During the lockdown people have been digging ponds, building walls, making sheds and re-contouring their beds. We know of at last three new ponds in Gargrave gardens. Here’s a video of one, thanks to Alison. Please remember our donations page. Gargrave Open Gardens is aContinue reading “A profusion of ponds”
Ahoy there garden followers! Good morning and welcome to our new participants. We’ve notched up another continent now, with some visits from Australia (thanks, Auntie Sheila!) as well as interest from Germany and Italy. Today’s offering is a series of wonderful photos from Gill’s garden: exquisite floral details, a new Mediterranean wall and a starContinue reading “Floral transcendence by the River Aire”
Welcome to yet more followers of our Gargrave gardens trail! We’ve reached two continents now, with some page views from the USA. I wonder if we will manage to extend our reach to Antarctica by the end of the summer…? A couple of photos here from a little gem of a garden at Goffa Mill,Continue reading “Vertical gardening”
Welcome to all our new followers who have signed up today! Thank you for joining us on our Open Gardens journey over the next few weeks. We’re looking forward to sharing our garden stories and virtual tours with you. Drone footage is yet to come but we hope to get some soon. Here are someContinue reading “Kirk Syke garden”
With thanks to Richard and Jeanne for this fantastic 3D video footage of their extensive garden and woodland area in Bell Busk, a couple of miles from Gargrave. Use the arrows on the top left of the picture to control your direction of view.