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40 acres of Victorian landscaped gardens surrounding magnificent Grade I house (not open), set out by artist Thomas Gambier Parry. Lakes, shrubberies and listed Pulhamite water gardens with grottos and fernery. Exciting ornamental lakes, and woodland areas. Opens Sunday 6th August.
20 acres of planted landscape in early C18 formal setting. The restored canal, upper pond and fountain have recreated one of the most interesting Baroque water gardens in Britain. Striking C16 manor with gatehouse, tithe barn and church. The garden features Britain’s highest fountain at 300ft, and it is the world’s highest gravity fountain. Opens Sunday 13th August.
Award-winning, 3 acre garden featuring imaginative topiary, wide herbaceous borders with many rare, unusual and exotic plants, water features, unique shade house and many creatively planted pots. Fabulous at any time of year, but magnificent in summer months. Opens Sunday 20th August.
A garden on 2 levels. The upper around the 1806 house (not open) is traditionally styled with formal beds and lawns and 3 majestic purple beech trees some 200 yrs old. The in house designed 2½ acre lower garden – now 7 yrs old – is in complete contrast. Winding brick paths, swathes of herbaceous plantings towered over by arching Datisca, Miscanthus and Paulownia. Opens Sunday 27th and Monday 28th August.
With borders originally designed by Mary Keen, Calmsden Manor is a well loved garden. It is a treat for plant lovers, design enthusiasts, vegetable growers and those simply looking for a lovely day out in the Cotswolds. Inc herbaceous borders, a small arboretum, wild grass and flower meadow, woodland and walled garden for fruit, vegetables and cut flowers. Opens Monday 28th August.
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