Wildflower Garden & Arches

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Wildflower Garden

An area of 140 sq meters under a Prunus (old cherry tree) has been cultivated with wildflowers to encourage pollinators and to compliment the colour scheme in the double tiered herbaceous borders.

Included within are flowers such as Rhinanthus minor, Verbena officianlis, Viola tricolour, Horehound, Campanula rotundifolia, Centaurea cyanus, Achillea millefolium, Dacus carota and Galium verum, to name a few.


A beautiful laburnum arch interwoven with ornamental vines, honeysuckle and clematis leads to the one-acre kitchen garden. Also are a series of arches on which blackberries are grown.