We unfortunately visited the gardens on a wet and miserable day. They are lovely gardens with so much to see and I would imagine would vary at different times of the year depending on the seasons. I am very interested in how plants are used for medicine and have undertaken a few courses on homeopathy in the past. However I was quite disappointed that there were not more signs up beside plants explaining their medicinal uses. We were hoping for a tour but the lady said she would only give the tour if enough people came through the gates. Quite a few came through the gates after us, so we went back to ask about the tour and were advised she had gone home. We were then offered an audio machine to tell us about the gardens. We felt quite let down by this experience. We enjoyed seeing the falconers with the Harris Hawk - a wonderful bonus.
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