Bramham residents welcomed visitors through their garden gates to raise about £500 for the village gala funds.
Organisers declared the event superb with the plant sale sold out in about an hour of opening. Plants were supplied by Red Hall Nurseries run by Leeds City Council.
Visitors took a close look around the church and Aberford Road allotments as well as private gardens.
Spokesman Keith Innocent said: “One of the gardens offered tea and cakes, another did Pims and one had a miniature village built in one of their bedrooms for people to see.
“We had a specialist alpine garden and a garden with a view to die for with a fantastic vista across the whole village.”
The organisers ran a barbeque and sold buns and cakes at the Senior Citizens Shelter.
Other attractions included a treasure trail from Jubilee Garden, around the village.
“The day was to help celebrate the opening of Jubilee Garden and is one a many events planned at the Garden.
Bramham Gala will be held on June 29.