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Hidcote, Gloucestershire
You'll see a richness and diversity of plants from
around the world at Hidcote. Lawrence Johnston,
Hidcote’s former owner went to endless trouble
to find unusual varieties that would bring colour,
scent, shape and texture to the garden. Lose
yourself in a network of beautiful garden rooms
waking from their winter slumber. Enjoy drifts of
daffodils, tulips and Welsh poppies in the Pillar
Garden, and the blossom filled orchard with
emerging wild flowers. Magnificent magnolias are
filling the skies with a warm pink glow so make
sure you don’t miss them this spring.
Telephone: 01386438333
View from The Old Garden in May with tulips in the
foreground at Hidcote Manor Garden
©National Trust Images/Stephen Robson
Email: hidcote@nationaltrust.org.uk
Address: Hidcote Bartrim, near Chipping
Campden, Gloucestershire, GL55 6LR
Stourhead, Wiltshire
At the centre of this world-famous landscape
garden is a wonderful lake reflecting classical
temples, mystical grottoes and rare, exotic trees.
Stourhead house is set amongst ‘picnic perfect’
lawns and parklands, which are filled with beautiful
blooms and colour throughout the spring months.
The succession of azaleas, magnolias and
rhododendrons bursting into flower brings the
garden to life with subtle fragrances.
Telephone: 01747841152
The Pantheon on the bank of the lake at Stourhead
©National Trust Images/Nick Meers
Email: stourhead@nationaltrust.org.uk
Address: near Mere, Wiltshire, BA12 6QD
To find out more about these properties or the National Trust, visit
www.nationaltrust.org.uk or contact the properties directly.


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