AS PART of the National Gardens Scheme, which raises cash for numerous charities, owner Liz Carter will be opening Briarfield in Burton to the public from 2-5pm on Sunday.
The £3.50 entry (children free) plus the plant sale profit will go to selected charities including Macmillan Cancer Relief and Marie Curie Cancer Care.
Proceeds from the afternoon teas at Rake Cottage, next to the main garden, will go to Claire House Children’s Hospice in Wirral.
Tucked into the south side of Burton Wood, the gardens provide a sheltered environment for many specialist plants.
The main garden, in 1.5 acres, has maturing trees and shrubs.
Carpets of spring flowers, including erythroniums, trillium, uvularia and cypripedium formosanum, bloom under magnolias, camellias and rhododendron.
The more formal 0.5-acre garden has terraces, ponds and a woodland glade.
For more details, call Liz Carter 0151 336 2304.