NGS Gardens Open for Charity



The National Gardens Scheme (NGS) have been involved in a recent series, still running I believe on the process by which members of the public are allowed into their excellent 'Yellow Book'. The Yellow Book contains over a hundred gardens nationwide which are deemed good enough to be advertised in the prestigious guide. The Garden House, linked to this blog, is just one such garden. The book is available on amazon and in all good book retailers. I know Sussex Stationers has a copy too. Even more useful, if you are only interested in gardens local to your area is the Yellow Book for Sussex, cheaper at just 50p. You'll discover there are so many beautiful gardens to see for free in Brighton and the surrounding area that you'll give up on all the grand, well known ones. Well, its possible. Click the link below for NGS Gardens for Charity.

http://www.ngs.org.uk

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