Sussex residents in a national open garden project

GARDENERS are encouraged to share their green fingers to raise funds for vital causes.

The National Garden Scheme (NGS) supports some of the country’s top end-of-life care charities and is asking people to open their gardens to increase its vital funding.

It urges people who are proud of the Gardens, big or small, to sign up and let others take a journey around their pride and joy.

Nick Waters, from Old Well Cottage in Angmering, opened his garden for the first time in July.

“We really enjoyed the experience,” he said. “It is important for all of us to enjoy outdoor spaces, especially given the difficult years during the pandemic.

The Argus: Nick is proud to open his garden to othersNick is proud to open his garden to others

“NGS is a wonderful organization and we were delighted to help raise funds for such worthwhile causes.”

Size isn’t an issue when it comes to flaunting your garden, says the NGS. If your garden is interesting and you are proud of it, others will enjoy a tour.

Jennie and Trevor Rollings in Goring have a “normal garden” that people like to visit.

“During the 15 years that we’ve opened our garden, we’ve met many wonderful people and shared ideas that people have appreciated,” Jennie said.

The Argus: Jennie & Trevor Rollings have been opening their garden for yearsJennie & Trevor Rollings have been opening their garden for years

“They particularly liked that our garden is a normal sized suburban garden, which allows them to see what they can achieve on their own.

“There’s nothing quite like sharing a garden you love with other people while raising money for a good cause like the National Garden Scheme’s nurturing organizations.”

To express your interest in having your garden on display or to find out where you can visit one, visit the National Garden Scheme website. Sussex residents in a national open garden project

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