A walled garden created in the eighteenth century for the 2nd Earl Verney. The original design, by James Sanderson a pupil of Lancelot Capability Brown, was in the Serpentine style. The inner part of the estate then became a nineteenth century style with a Victorian kitchen garden, a pool garden, greenhouses and a rose garden (with a focus on Scottish roses). Claydon House and parts of the garden are now open as part of the National Trust.
Middle Claydon, Buckinghamshire, England, MK18 2EY