Nestled in the Surrey countryside, this five-acre, Grade II listed garden comprises a series of rooms of great variety. The cottage garden is planted with delightful informality, while the crinkle-crankle wall supports peaches and pears, and the herb garden is home to topiary cats and a mouse. In the water garden, planted by Gertrude Jekyll in 1911, are small ponds crossed by bridges and fringed with damp-loving perennials such as hostas, rodgersia and marsh marigolds. There is also a yew walk with rill, a stone pergola, and an orchard filled with wildflowers.
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