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Open Gardens at 103 and 105 Dulwich Village

EVENT OVERVIEW

20 June 2021
2-5pm
Combined entry: £8,
children free
103 & 105 Dulwich Village, Dulwich, SE21 7BJ
Street parking
Train: North Dulwich or West Dulwich then 10-15 mins walk
Tube/Bus: Brixton then P4 bus, alight at Dulwich Picture Gallery stop
  • Parking in surrounding roads
  • Refreshments available
  • Plant sale
  • Supervised children free
  • No dogs (except guide dogs)

Two stunning gardens in neighbouring Georgian houses stretching back to Dulwich Park. These spectacular gardens are both beautifully planted with an abundance of colour and interest. There’s so much to see in both gardens – a formal lily pond, waterfall and an ancient mulberry tree – a haven for wildlife and a perfect way to spend a Sunday afternoon. 

103 Dulwich Village

Beautiful garden featuring plants and shrubs, some very unusual, chosen for colour and shape throughout the year. 

The wall is decked with varied climbers behind a long, mixed border containing a wide range of herbaceous plants, leading to a spacious child/picnic-friendly lawn. Steps will take you up to a formal lily pond teeming with fish, newts, frogs, dragonflies and other wildlife. The pond is surrounded by a paved area and flower beds filled with roses and other colourful plants. there is a Victorian-style greenhouse with vegetable and a soft fruit area beyond. Enjoy teas on the lawn accompanied by a wind band performance.

Access to 105 next door through the gate. 

105 Dulwich Village

A very pretty flower-lover’s garden with blue and white planting round a formal goldfish pond.

Filled with glorious colours to attract bees and butterflies, there are loads of old-fashioned roses, fine delphiniums, many unusual perennials and planters full of jolly annuals. Showstopper is the ancient mulberry tree and waterfall into the pond with newts and other wildlife including leeches (please note, children will need to be supervised in this area). There are also several attractive greenhouses to explore (early 20th Century).

Extensive plant sales from both gardens. Please bring your own bags.

Visiting information

  • Rail: North Dulwich or West Dulwich then 10-15 mins walk
  • Tube: Brixton then P4 bus, alight at Dulwich Picture Gallery stop
  • Street parking
  • Combined entry £8, children free. Sorry no dogs. No disabled access in either garden.

These are both large gardens with plenty of space but please do adhere to any signage or one way systems that may be in place around the garden to enable adequate social distancing.

More information

Tracy Blackmore Relationship Development Manager, Fundraising

t.blackmore@stchristophers.org.uk

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