This event has finished Took place on: Monday, 26th Aug 2019
Harefield's own 'secret garden'. 17th Century Renaissance walled gardens on the outskirts of Harefield Village, next to the beautiful medieval church of St Mary's and Anzac war cemetery.
The gardens are the only remaining part of the Harefield Place estate and incl a traditional kitchen garden and orchard. The gardens are presently undergoing extensive restoration having fallen into neglect and disrepair since the demolition of the original manor house in 1813.
The kitchen garden has been run as an organic vegetable garden for 12 years with 56 raised beds in a beautiful geometric pattern. Since 2015, two 60m herbaceous borders and one double 20m herbaceous border have been created. Most recently an alpine bed and herb garden of more unusual herbs has been added.
The orchard is an incredibly rare Renaissance 'pleasure' garden, with the remains of a terrace and unique arcaded wall, which was replanted as a cobnut nuttery over 100 years ago.
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No need to book tickets - just turn up on the day.2019-08-26 2019-08-26 Europe/London Church Gardens open day 17th Century Renaissance walled gardens on the outskirts of Harefield Village, next to the beautiful medieval church of St Mary's and Anzac war cemetery. https://www.ianvisits.co.uk/calendar/2019/08/26/church-gardens-open-day-205319 Church Gardens,Church Hill,Uxbridge,London