Moseley’s Open Gardens Preview

Well it’s almost here and here we have the definitive this list of gardens that will open along with their descriptions also find out where you can get your tickets from…

As well as new gardens added to this year’s event, we also have a new addition  – a childrens trail which you can be sure will keep your little ones entertained.

Otherwise the format for this year’s event remains the same but with more new gardens to view. Gardens will be open between 1.00pm and 5.30pm and this year around two thirds will be new to the event.

You will be struck by the amazing diversity of gardens for view this year. Big gardens, small ones, some professionally designed, some themed, some evolved organically – but all loved by their owners. There really is something for everyone.

On Saturday 18th Moseley west-side (i.e. west of the Alcester Road), will feature Park Hill, where The Grange will be open so that visitors can see the progress that residents, with assistance from MIB are making in restoring their garden; Reddings Road; Moorcroft Road; the Dovecote; and Moseley Hall Hospital. The latter will enable visitors to see something of the way in which gardening is being used as a therapeutic activity for patients and of MIB’s contribution to this.

On Sunday 19th, in Moseley east-side, approximately 12 gardens will be open in Greenend Road; Greenhill Road; Thornley Close (off Cambridge Road); Southlands Road; Dyott Road; St Agnes Road; and Billesley Lane Allotments will be joining us with their Open Day.

Refreshments and plant stalls will be available on both days to quench your thirst.

So, put the dates in your diary and come along!


  • Day Ticket – £5.00
  • Weekend Ticket – £7.50
  • Friends of Moseley in Bloom – Free with your membership card

Ticket points are noted on the Garden Guides.