Join us for the afternoon on Sunday 11 June to take in the surroundings of these beautiful gardens. Combined entry to the gardens is £10, with children coming in free. Refreshments included in the ticket price. Ticket proceeds go towards the work we do with older people and those with dementia in Southwark.

Extensive plant sales will be held at both gardens. Please bring your own bags - unfortunately, no dogs and no wheelchair access - sorry! Cash preferred.

103 Dulwich Village

Beautiful garden featuring plants and shrubs, some unusual, chosen for colour and shape throughout the year. Wall decked with varied climbers behind a long, mixed border containing a wide range of herbaceous plants. Spacious child/picnic-friendly lawn. Steps up to a formal lily pond teeming with fish (rudd), newts, frogs, dragonflies and other wildlife. The pond is surrounded by a paved area and flower beds filled with old roses and other colourful plants. Victorian-style greenhouse with vegetable and soft fruit area beyond. Teas on the lawn to the accompaniment of the delightful Colomb Street Wind Ensemble. Gate to 105 next door.

105 Dulwich Village

A very pretty flower-lover’s garden with blue and white planting round a formal goldfish pond. Glorious colours elsewhere to attract bees and butterflies. Old-fashioned roses, fine delphiniums, many unusual perennials and planters full of jolly annuals. Ancient mulberry tree. Attractive early C20th greenhouse. Lawns, shrubbery. Waterfall and pond with newts and other wildlife including leeches (children need to be supervised here). Formal goldfish pond. Innovative squirrel-and parakeet-proof bird feeding station for small birds. Nettles and Buddleia for butterflies. Over 600 species of moth have been recorded here.