|Durand Gardens on the Open Squares website|
The gardens themselves were neglected for many years until the residents bought them in the 1980s. Since then they have been kept as woodland gardens and are at their best in the spring, with large displays of bluebells and daffodils. The main group of trees are limes and oaks, with a scattering of specimen trees amongst them. The central grass area is a delightful spot for a picnic.
There is now a residents' scheme to develop a wider season of plant and tree display. An exhibition will explain the history and plans for the site."
More information on the Open Squares Weekend website