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The Walled Garden at Wormsley Estate is a 2 acre garden providing flowers, vegetables and tranquil contemplative space for the family. For many years the garden was neglected until Sir Paul Getty purchased the estate in the mid-1980s. In 1991 the garden was redesigned by the renowned garden designer Penelope Hobhouse. The garden has changed over the years, but remains true to the original brief.Read more
Caerhays is a woodland garden covering well over 140 acres, full of magnolias, camellias, and rhododendrons. It has been designated as being of outstanding importance by Kew Gardens and are holders of one of the UK’s National Magnolia Collections. The owner Charles Williams will host a private day, including a lecture on Styrax/Stewartia and a private garden tour followed by a buffet lunch.Read more
Inner Temple Garden is a haven of tranquillity and beauty with sweeping lawns, unusual trees and charming woodland areas. The well known herbaceous border shows off inspiring plant combinations from early spring through to autumn. The award winning gardens of Middle Temple are comprised of a series of courtyards.Read more
The gardens at Stafford House include a river walk and tree planting in the style of early-19th century Picturesque. Humphry Repton prepared landscape proposals for the garden and the designs were later implemented, they were also included in his famous Red Books. Lord & Lady Fellowes will host a private morning in their garden, including special home-made elevenses with Julian and Emma under the turkey oak tree planted in 1633 on the main terrace.Read more
Enjoy a 'Talk & Walk' in this fascinating large modern organic kitchen garden (60 x 30 metres) with a wildflower meadow and herbaceous border. Wide variety of vegetables and fruit grown for yr-round home consumption and nutritional value. Flowers grown for eating or herbal teas. Lots of interesting growing techniques and tips.Read more