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Doris gave us a personal friendly and very informative tour of her garden. And a look at her very interesting house.
All well worth a visit for an hour or more.
A huge range of interesting plants from all over the world. Some great stories...More
We happened to be in the right place at the right time. Heard about the place,phoned -it was afternoon already. A nice lady who answered said :if you come now, it is still open. It turned out that the lady was serpentine garden's owner and...More
It was a pleasure meeting Doris, She made a paradise for herself and her guests.
We recieved a private tour throughout her vast garden comprised od rare plants from all around the world! We felt she really piured her heart and soul into this garden....More
This lovely garden abuts a beautifully restored farmhouse dating from 1731 (ask Doris to show you her cozy kitchen with its original flagstone floor and her quirky, painted toilet!).
While the house is a gem, it’s the garden people come to see. The 3,000 square...More