The Garden Guide

Myddelton House Gardens

A nineteenth century house, used by the LVRPA, with a garden which was made famous by the plantsman E A Bowles. It fell into decay and was restored as an example of a twentieth century plantsman's garden. Bowles was born here, in 1865, and died here, in 1954. He published books on this garden and on growing crocus, nacissus and colchicum.Though lacking a terrace in front of the house, it is a good example of a Victorian Mixed Style garden

Photograph © Lee Valley Regional Park Authority
Photograph © Lee Valley Regional Park Authority

Bulls Cross, Enfield, London, Greater London, England, EN2 9HG

10:00 - 17:00 or dusk if earlier

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