The Garden Landscape Guide

Great Comp Garden

A seventeenth century house with a twentieth century woodland garden, made since 1957 by Roderick Cameron. There are grass walks, borders, statuary, a heather garden and a rose garden.

Comp Lane, Platt, Borough Green, Kent, England, TN15 8QS

April to October. Daily. Open 11am to 5pm.

Adult £5.50

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Reviews

  • about 5 years by Anonymous 5 / 5

    this is a gardeners garden something amateurs and professionals can learn from. The garden is well laid out and very relaxing to walk around it has been a favourite of mine for many years and continues to be so. Well done to the gardeners :)
  • about 5 years by Anonymous 5 / 5

    Its a garden with lots of character and charm that I have enjoyed everytime I've been there and although some areas can look like they need work or are being worked at. It doesnt detract from the relaxed beautifulness of the gardens as a whole.
  • over 6 years by Adam Hodge 5 / 5

    A really delightful garden, a relaxed atmosphere. lots of interesting plants and some of the best use of groundcover I've seen...wonderful spreads of Geraniums. The Deciduous azaleas were stunning and the fragrance of the yellow ones quite intoxicating !!
    The nursery has some very good quality plants.

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