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As we reach the end of July there is so much to see in the garden. The double Herbaceous Border is full of colour with undulating drifts of flowering perennials. Echinacea, Lythrum and Sanguisorba mingle with insect friendly Eryngium, Echinops and Veronicastrum. Walking down the border don’t miss the exquisite shell panels inside the pavilions just before the river.
Sylvia’s Garden continues to offer a peaceful and dreamy retreat sit on a corner among the soft delicate planting.
Drop into the Autumn Garden and see our wonderful New World Salvias, probably the largest collection in the north. Or wander through the Woodland Garden and Rock Garden.
There are so many possible ways to walk around, choose your own route and enjoy the garden.