The National Garden Scheme is inviting the public to visit the spectacular gardens of this beautiful Cotswold village.
Several Warmington gardens will be open to the public, Sunday June 19 from 2pm.
The gardens on display showcase a number of garden features that will both inspire and impress.
Gardens of note that will be open are the Wheelwrights where the artisan courtyard has been designed with two different styled gardens adjacent to each other.
The Old Rectory Farmhouse boasts a heather and slate garden with a wooded area. The richly historic Springfield House, thought to have been used by Royalist officers during the first English Civil War, features a restored barn dating to 1664. The gardens have been planted with a luxuriant abundance of species including gunnera and copious amounts of wild strawberry grown for ground cover, all fed by underwater stream.
The village Manor House displaying topiary and a knot garden will also be open along with several others.
Combined admission is just £5 and refreshments will be available at the village hall.