Chelsea Gold Medal winner Tom Stuart-Smith designed the walled garden in 2001, which is enclosed by clipped trees. There are three terraces and a rill leading to a central stone tank. Broughton Grange also has a knot garden, wildflower meadow and arboretum. If you zoom in on the map below, some of the layout of the garden is visible on the satellite image.
Large private garden with Victorian origins consisting of traditional planting and extensive contemporary planting and features. Areas of interest include young arboretum, stumpery, bog garden, peat block terrace garden and terraced walled garden.
A garden which is an absolute delight. A surprise at almost every turn. The vision which has gone in to the overall design is very special. Loved the 'infant arboretum' it will be a real gem in years to come. All topped off with a cream tea by the pool.
Whoever owns this place is investing a most formidable amount of money in the gardens and new Arboretum.
The 'sexy' area is Tom Stuart-Smith's walled garden. However there are also many other parts that have as much if not more charm-the Knot Garden,Parterre and Long Garden, not to mention the Peat block garden and the other new developments nearby.
It is exciting to find a garden that is so strongly plant orientated..a plethora of rare trees and shrubs are being collected.
I reckon this place will be, if it isnt already a most noteworthy garden in the UK.
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