“The idea that Grange is only a winter or early spring resort, and that in summer it is extremely hot and enervating, is very erroneous, as in the warmest weather there is always a refreshing breeze blowing gently in from the open expanse of the estuary, and its ozonic properties are most relaxing.‿/span>
Mason’s Pocket Guide to Grange-over-Sands, 1901
Many thanks to all those who attended our open days in 2015, we were very pleased to have so many visitors. We have raised £6,255 this year for the NGS charities, which brings the total raised over the last 10 years to a tremendous £57,700.
We look forward to another successful year in 2016 but for now our open days have finished. We hope to see you next year. We will be open for the NGS on the first Sunday of the month, June to September, and we also welcome groups of ten or more on other days, by appointment, for which we charge £5 a head. Margaret will be pleased to serve tea and coffee with biscuits in the morning (£2 a head) or cream teas in the afternoon (£4.50 a head).
If you can't visit the gardens personally, click on the photos above for a description of each part of the garden.
For those who are curious about the garden and the plants which we grow here, we have answers to some frequently asked questions.