This is a lovely garden, with some beautiful plants, and some breathtaking scenery if you look to the horizon while going round the gardens.
It is not worth the extortionate entrance fee, which I suspect is to pay for the grotesque new restaurant/gift shop, gifts that only the late Michael Jackson could actually afford to buy.
If you are not the late Michael Jackson, watch "Last of the Summer Wine" for the breathtaking scenery, and cultivate your own garden, if you have one.
This is, in my humble opinion, another example of a great place that is being spoiled by greed and commercialisation.
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