Stunning views over the Black Mountains, extends over 70 acres and contains more than 5,000 rare trees. There’s a beautiful Azalea Garden and collection of giant rhododendrons and exotic trees, creating a delightful Himalayan scene.
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Located at Kimbolton, near Leominster, a four-acre garden which is home to a medieval pigeon house, kitchen garden, water gardens and well-planted borders. A very good restaurant too.
Burford House Gardens
Just down the road, on the banks of the picturesque River Teme and designed by John Treasure in 1952. Burford House is a Grade II listed building, built of red brick with a striking six-window three-storey frontage.
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Explore the working walled garden complete with historic orchards, vineyard and take a look inside the 1908 glasshouse restoration project. Look out for the Georgian stable block and uncover some of the stories of how horses were cared for during the war years. Located at Yarpole, near Leominster.
With three acres of intimate garden rooms, growing since 1913 - including follies and fragrant flowers, towers and topiary, pools and a potager, and paths to five acres of specimen trees on the banks of a river. Located near Presteigne, on the border with Wales.
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