The green-fingered among you can pick up a few tips from some beautiful gardens which are open to the public in Whissendine on Sunday, May 15.
The Old Vicarage, Number 2, Station Road, opens from 2-5pm as part of the National Gardens Scheme.
It has a fountain courtyard and raised beds backed by small gothic orangery burgeoning with tender plants.
There is also Herbaceous borders, a Wisteria tunnel, vegetable beds, four beehives, a large ornate greenhouse and hen houses.
Admission is £4 for adults and free for children.
Homemade teas will be served nearby in St Andrew’s Church.