We started our visit with a walk from the car park up through woodland to the downs and around as the garden wasn't open on the day we went. It looked so lovely that we went back when it was open on a Sunday. What a gorgeous garden. It gave us some great ideas for drought loving plants as they have a little programme going on to test these. The garden has lovely woodland around it and a nice vegetable patch. Lots of seating so you can stop and day dream. Go on a nice day though as it is just the garden open, the house only opens one day a year!
Lots of daffodils were still in flower and camellias in full bloom were wonderful.
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