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Chapelside Garden

An unusual garden near Keswick with dramatic borrowed landscapes including a view of the distinctive Tongue in the northern fells.


Season:
Autumn


Location:
Lake District, Cumbria, UK


Credits:
GAP Photos/Ellen Rooney - Owners & Design: Tricia & Robin Acland


Feature No:   4762 

Qty of Images:    37 

 



 
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Synopsis
A large pond reflecting the warm tones of the fells is surrounded by lush green mounds of moss and autumn foliage on birch and sycamores. The garden has been owned by Robin and Tricia Acland since the mid-seventies and over the years they’ve transformed it from a basic farm to a sophisticated garden with many features including a gravel garden and rock garden in front of the house, herbaceous borders, moss covered stone walls and stone barns. Robin’s unusual sculptures of rock and natural materials are scattered throughout the garden. There is a lot of beautiful autumn colour in these seasonal photographs including the red berries of Cotoneaster, red leaves of Nymphaea zenteri, golden ornamental grasses and a few late bloomers in the borders, Hesperantha coccinea and Asters as well as yellow and orange foliage on the surrounding trees and fells.

 

 

 
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