The sunken cottage-style garden – at Greystones – includes a range of small tress, herbaceous shrubs and roses, plus an alpine rockery, grotto, bothy and water features.
Entry will be between 11am and 4pm, by pre-booked telephone appointment.
Admission is £4 per person, with under-tens admitted free. Children under 16 must be accompanied by an adult.
All proceeds will go to Airedale Hospital & Community Charity.
Mr Clemence says:
“When visiting Greystones I hope people will gain some inspiration, especially when faced with the challenges of developing a small space. I really look forward to meeting lots of people and sharing our gardening stories!”
Laura Hepworth, community fundraiser at Airedale Hospital & Community Charity, says:
“We would like to say a huge ‘thank you’ to Stephen. The donations made by visitors will help us to raise vital funds.”
To arrange a visit, contact Mr Clemence on 07967 807108. A maximum of four people is allowed.