The garden at Firsby Manor, home of David and Gill Boldy, will open this Sunday for the National Gardens Scheme.
The three-acre garden surrounds a Georgian farmhouse and comprises several distinct interlinked areas which vary in colour and mood.
There is a woodland with mature trees and the grounds around an adjacent pond are allowed to grow wild encouraging wildlife and butterflies to thrive.
The garden will be open from 1pm to 4.30pm, with admission £2.50 for adults and children free.
Light refreshments and teas will also be on sale.
Most of the garden is accessible by wheelchair, but it should be noted there is no disabled toilet.