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Dorset, Somerset and Cornwall

Gardens that you have missed:

Tregullow Gardens
It is a truly secret garden in the heart of Fourburrow Yard. You will find bluebell perfection in colorful springtime. Enjoy a wonderful bank holiday Monday out with cream teas and cakes served all day.

It has a woodland garden with bulbs, shrubs and fine trees.  There are historic walled gardens planted with interesting trees and herbaceous borders, an intriguing maze and views of the Quantocks and the sea

Milton Mill
Beautiful gardens that include a leat flowing through them and several ponds.

Weacombe House
Extensive nine-acre garden with many interesting features

This five-acre garden boasts stunning views of the Somerset Levels - but still offers plenty of interest on even a hazy day.

Aller Farmhouse
Look around two to three acres of hot, dry, sunny, south-facing garden, surrounded by pink stone walls.

This three-acre garden slopes west to the River Brit. There is a wild flower meadow, small lake, water lily pond, two woodland areas and extensive perennial borders. Flowers and plants include primulas, meconopsis, hostas, bamboos, ferns, roses, rhododendrons, and many others.

Lydeard House
Beautiful four-acre garden featuring a lake and canal.

The Manor House
A beautiful five-acre garden with beech trees, wisteria and a fine display of roses.

Court House
Lovely five-acre garden with views of the sea and the Quantocks.

Bindon Mill
Experience the beautiful wild and tended gardens of the privately-owned Bindon Mill & Abbey in Wool, near Wareham. On the banks of the river Frome, this historic and beautiful abbey, ruins and buildings tell a story dating back to 1172.The gardens are carefully planted to provide colour throughout the seasons with swans, wildlife and its own hydro-electric system living peacefull side-by-side.

Yarlington House
A truly unique and interesting garden that includes a ha-ha, sunken garden and fine Italian statues.