Take time to wander across the gravel walkways that lead around this area and look down to see what plants are joining the borders, by spreading stealthily through the gravel itself.
Don’t miss the planted pots and glasshouse around the tearoom and scree garden.
There is plenty of free car parking and even space for a coach or two. and other summer beauties creating a living tapestry of colour with a scented, ethereal aura.
Poppies, grasses, agapanthus, sedums and verbenas all jostle for space in the action packed borders creating colour and interest for the summer months.
She used plants that were adapted by nature to thrive in different conditions and the well-balanced gardens now attract gardeners from around the world.