The garden is actually in the middle of the town which seems slightly incongruous. However once through the gates (free of charge) it opens out into a constantly changing environment, sometimes formal other times woodland and free flowing. The planting is obviously focused on the sensory experience but colour and form do not play second best. Obviously the impact of the fragrances differs depending on the season but even on a cold and damp day in May there was plenty to discover. Do go, this is a little gem.
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