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A Country Retreat

Created over the last 20 years by Neil and Pamela Millward, the garden is a far cry from when they arrived to be greeted by a gloomy, overgrown lower garden, and an upper garden infested with bindweed where ivy roamed free.


GAP Photos/Nicola Stocken

Feature No:   5066 

Qty of Images:    74 


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Nestling in a valley below fields and wooded hillsides, the tranquillity in the garden at Middle Well is broken by little save birdsong and the trickling of a clear, untroubled stream that flows through the lower garden. Here, sunny borders and a kidney-shaped island bed in the sloping lawn peak in early autumn with perennials and ornamental grasses mingling with choice shrubs and specimen trees. Crossing a small bridge over the stream, a gate opens into an avenue of 'Chanticleer' ornamental pears that flank a shadier area planted with damp-lovers to each side of the stream. On the highest part of the two-acre plot, the original stone walls (much restored) enclose a Georgian farmhouse and front garden overlooked by an acer in one corner and pergola in another.



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