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Stunning hilltop location with panoramic views: handsome Grade II listed Georgian house (not open) provides formal backdrop to garden of 4 acres with wide lawns and themed beds. A walled garden, with double rill and pergolas, planted with a multitude of borderline hardy exotics. Also large scale sculptures, summer border, meadow patch, gravel garden, heather bed and stumpery. Planted for year-round interest. Opens Monday 10th April.
Designed by Welsh architect, George Mair, this unusual Victorian old vicarage (1867, not open) is set in rolling countryside and is surrounded by a traditional garden, Lovely all year but especially in spring with a variety of trees, shrubs and spring bulbs, a parterre with a charming gazebo, kitchen garden, wildlife areas and ponds make this a garden, always changing, well worth a visit. Opens Sunday 9th April.
1½ acres west of Malvern Hills. Bulbs and a multitude of woodland plants in spring. Interesting perennials and shrubs in Aug. In late Sept and early Oct colourful borders display the National Plant Collection of Michaelmas daisies, backed by autumn colouring trees and shrubs. Many unusual plants to be seen. Opens Saturday 8th April.
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