Designed by the Royal Gardener Charles Bridgeman in 1719
It is renown for its walled garden and diversity of plants.
Old English roses with their heady fragrance
Not a slug has been near these Hostas
The climbing roses entwine around the arched walkway providing a tranquil place to stop and breathe in the beauty around you
These poppies are my favourite colour I believe they are called Patty’s Plum
What would we do with out these friendly pollinators?
Or indeed the hard working gardeners?
And this handsome fellow was not bothered by us being there atall
The House was built in 1635 by Sir Robert Dormer and is still owned and occupied by the same family.
I hope you have enjoyed walking around this garden with me, photographing flowers is one of my favourited occupations, come and visit me often.