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Easton Walled Gardens

Easton Walled Gardens were abandoned from 1951 when Easton Hall was demolished. Renovation work on the 12 acres of gardens started in 2002. There is a Yew Tunnel, Cut Flower Garden, Cottage Garden, Turf Maze and two glasshouses. President Franklin Roosevelt described this garden as...'A dream of Nirvana..almost too good to be true.' The garden is as interesting for the planting as its long history.

Photograph © Easton Walled Gardens
Photograph © Easton Walled Gardens
Photograph © Easton Walled Gardens

Easton, Grantham, Lincolnshire, England, NG33 5AP

March to October. Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Sunday and Bank Holiday Mondays. Also open for Snowdrops. Open 11am to 4pm (6pm on Sundays in August).

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