AS part of the National Gardens Scheme, the garden at Hall Farm, Harpswell, will be open this weekend.
Owned by knowledgeable gardeners Pam and Mark Tatum, the garden has a huge range of plants within the one and a half acres incorporating mixed borders of trees, shrubs, old roses and unusual perennials.
There is also a sunken garden, pond, courtyard garden, walled gravel garden and orchard, and a short walk takes you to an old moat and woodland.
For keen gardeners, there will be free seed collecting too and the large plant nursery is a tempting bonus.
The garden, just west of Caenby Corner on the A631, is open from 10am to 5pm on both days, with admission £3.50 for adults and children free.