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Dorothy Clive Garden in October

The delightful Dorothy Clive Garden in Staffordshire, was named after the wife of Colonel Harry Clive. She suffered from Parkinson’s Disease, and he created the garden in 1940 as a place in which she could enjoy the fresh air and the beauty of nature.


GAP Photos/Joe Wainwright - Owners: Dorothy Clive Garden/The Willoughbridge Garden Trust

Feature No:   4374 

Qty of Images:    58 


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The garden is divided into a number of areas, including the wooded Quarry Garden, the Alpine Scree, the Old Drive and the Pool. In October visitors can enjoy winding woodland paths, overarched by trees, such as Acers at their vivid autumn best – and lined with shrubs, many with brightly coloured berries.. There are also waterfalls, pools, lawns and borders rich in late season colours



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