These gardens were stunningly beautiful at the end of April, with the Azaleas and Rhododendrons in full glory, the bluebells still very good and many striking candelabra and other primulas along the stream which meanders down through the woods and feeds the ponds. The daffodils were over but would have been amazing a few weeks earlier. This is a woodland garden with steep paths which can be slippery when wet so good footwear is advised and it is not for the infirm. But the topography ensures that there are glorious views to be had from many vantage points within the gardens, and plenty of seats thoughtfully provided to rest awhile and take full advantage of the vistas.
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