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Hidcote Manor Garden

A famous Arts and Crafts garden, made c1905. Lawrence Johnston was a keen plantsman with a strong sense of artistic composition. Yew, holly and beech hedges are used to define a series of garden rooms. One room is occupied only by a circular raised pool. Others have a character deriving from their inspired planting. The standard of building craftsmanship is high and the number of plants which have the name 'Hidcote' point to Johnston's expertise. Were it nearer London, the garden would be as famous as Sissinghurst.
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Photograph © Anthurium/Katrina Underwood
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Photograph © Anthurium/Katrina Underwood

Chipping Campden, Gloucestershire, England, GL55 6LR

Late March to early November. Daily except Thursday and Fridays (but open Fridays in July and August). Open 10am to 6pm (5pm October and November). Liable to overcrowding on Bank Holiday Mondays and Sundays

Adult £8.00 (includes voluntary gift aid donation)

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