We just missed the best of the rhode's, camellias and bluebells, but we were knocked back by the beauty of the gardens. Everywhere is so very natural and extremely lush. The most amazing spectacle were the abundance of the tree ferns, some were as large as trees. There are unobtrusive marker arrows directing one around the gardens which we found to be very helpful. The gardens are well protected from the wind so one felt quite warm even on a not so warm day! I can recommend a visit here without hesitation. The drive up to the start of the gardens is structurally walled on either side of the drive and is a feat of engineering in itself. There are some art studios near to the gardens which we visited too.
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