Award winning gardens were opened at John Clare Cottage as part of the John Clare Festival in Helpston on Saturday (13 July).
John Clare Trust chief executive Sara Blair-Manning and city council chief executive Marco Cereste were among invited guests as the the Chelsea Flower Show award winning garden was unveiled at the cottage at 12 noon.
The gardens have been designed by Adam Frost, from Stamford, who wanted to install A Rural Muse at the venue, in Helpston.
The garden won a gold award at last year’s RHS Chelsea Flower Show and was inspired by John Clare himself.
It was opened to the public on Saturday and includes a variety of plants and features.
David Dykes, duty manager at John Clare Cottage, said: “The gardens look absolutely beautiful, especially in the sunshine.
“Adam is really happy about how the garden has turned out and the feedback from people who have visited so far has been very positive.”