The eight-acre garden at Ashfield House in Branston, home of John and Judi Tinsley, opens for the National Gardens Scheme this Sunday, May 11.
Constructed around a planting of trees and shrubs, the garden has a collection of some 110 flowering cherries of 40 different varieties.
Sweeping lawns have massed plantings of spring flowering bulbs around a large pond and there is a recently planted magnolia collection in a newly constructed woodland garden.
Visitors will get a sense of good husbandry and thoughtful planning, with plenty of inspiration too.
Admission is £3.50, children free, and the garden is open from 11am to 4.30pm.
The garden can be found three miles south of Lincoln off the B1188 Lincoln Road.