The lovely garden at 46 Wavell Road in Maidenhead has all year interest, and is wildlife friendly.
It is a plantaholic’s garden with many small trees and flowering shrubs, and deep curving borders packed with herbaceous perennials and bulbs.
Lesley likes to grow a lot of plants from seed she has saved herself, and chooses plants to encourage pollinators, butterflies and birds into the garden.
There is a small pond to provide a haven for newts and dragonflies.
She likes to recycle and upcycle, and recycled windows have been used in a large summerhouse at the bottom of the garden, part which has a glass roof so Lesley can propagate her plants and keep tender plants through the winter.
This garden will only be open on Saturday 24th June.
Perennial and container plants will be for sale, with the profits going to the Thames Valley Hospice, so make sure you bring some money with you.
Cream teas will be available.