Surrounding a 14th Century farmhouse this informal garden is truly a garden for all seasons. Spring heralds a fine show of rhododendrons, azaleas and viburnums which give way to climbing roses in June. The summer months bring herbaceous plants and an impressive collection of blue and red hydrangeas. At all times the garden is framed by many varieties of rare trees including acers, firs, pines, Kalopanax and the tallest Eucryphia in Kent. The autumn tints are classical and trees provide an ideal habitat for birdlife including nesting sites for a pair of Barn and Tawny owls, Kestrels and migrating varieties.
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