Salisbury Garden Club has invited garden lovers to an open event next month.

The Stratford-Sub-Castle open gardens event will take place on Sunday, July 14 where attendees are invited along with family and friends to look around the gardens, with 10 on show this year.

Each garden has something different to offer ranging from more formal gardens to others less so. There will be herbaceous borders, vegetable gardens, wildlife areas, structures and water features.

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Like all gardens, they evolve and change over time so even the previously opened gardens will have something different to see. If you are looking for inspiration for your garden, you will not be short of ideas.

The event will run from 1pm until 5pmThe event will run from 1pm until 5pm (Image: Rob Barclay)

In previous years this event has proved very popular and successful, especially as visitors can learn from the mistakes of the gardeners.

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At any time in the afternoon you feel in need of refreshments, or once you have seen everything you want to, you can look forward to a homemade scone or delicious slice of cake., with a tombola also being held.

Funds for the event will go towards supporting the future of the Garden Club which is run completely by volunteers. The group have monthly meetings with speakers giving interesting and informative information on not only how to avoid mistakes, but how to grow plants and crops, avoiding pests and diseases, and updates on scientific progress.

The event will be held on Sunday, July 14 from 1pm until 5pm. Admission is £5, with accompanied children and wheelchair users able to enter for free. Refreshments cost £5.