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Discovering the delights of gardens in a Yorkshire Dales Village, Summer 2020

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Bell Busk revisited

Hello again! Here’s an opportunity to join Jeanne on a guided 3D tour of Granville House gardens, Bell Busk. See the garden in its summer glory and listen to Jeanne’s account of its evolution. It’s worth watching to the end to see the wonderfully sculpted wood piles! Press the arrows on the video to panContinue reading “Bell Busk revisited”

A profusion of ponds

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”

Vertical gardening

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”

Kirk Syke garden

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”

3D tour of garden in Bell Busk

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.

A virtual tour of Rose Cottage garden

Sarah Curtis welcomes you to Rose Cottage… Hope you enjoyed the tour! Please head to our donations page to support the work of St Andrew’s Church.