Sweet Scent of Summer at Easton Walled Gardens

Sweet Pea Week, 3rd -10th July 2016 

Every year, Lincolnshire’s Easton Walled Gardens raises hundreds of sweet pea plants, a spectacular sight which can be seen in full bloom during our famous Sweet Pea Week 3rd – 10th July 2016. 

Easton Walled Gardens, which spreads over 12 acres, invites visitors to explore over 100 types of sweet pea - heritage, modern, scented, striped, edged and bicolour. Those wishing to bring a bit of summer to their own homes can pick their own bunch of sweet peas*, whilst those with green-fingers can also buy over 50 seed varieties. 

We raise the oldest known sweet peas right through to modern grandifloras such as Almost Black; a true spread of varieties, scents and colours. They will be displayed on canes, drums and wigwams throughout the the pickery, vegetable and cottage gardens. 

Having explored the gardens, guests can visit our well known tea rooms. Sit amongst the roses, overlooking the sweet peas and enjoy a seasonal selection of light lunches and salads from the garden. 

The gardens are open daily during Sweet Pea Week which runs from 3rd – 10th July 2016. Admission is: £7.00 for adults and £3.00 per child Lady Cholmeley and her Senior Gardener Stephen Marsland are happy to share their knowledge and top tips on this pretty flower,
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Easton, Grantham, Lincs. NG33 5AP

t: 01476 530 063

www.visiteaston.co.uk 

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