Homeowners to show off their Parson Drove and Wisbech St Mary gardens
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The National Gardens Scheme will continue next weekend when Margaret and Graham Rickard open their Wisbech St Mary home.
The two-acre garden, at Clear View, Cross Lane, PE13 4TX, boasts a lake, wildlife area, wildflower gardens, orchard, allotment, cottage garden, rose beds and pond.
There is plenty of secluded seating to enjoy the views and home-made cakes, say the couple.
Plants, honey and homemade produce will also be on sale.
The garden opens on June 4 and 5 from 10am till 5pm.
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Tickets cost £3.50 for adults and are free for children.
Helen Roberts will also open her garden - a walled Georgian cottage garden opening into wild flower meadow and paddocks - at The Old Rectory, 312 Main Road, Parson Drove, Wisbech at the weekend.
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The garden will be open from 11am till 4pm on Sunday June 5. Entry costs £3.50 and homemade teas will be available.
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