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Frostineb Garden

Developed over the past 25 years this farmhouse garden, sitting at 750 feet, is constantly evolving.


GAP Photos/Ray Cox/Owners: Caroline & Henry Gibson

Feature No:   4721 

Qty of Images:    45 


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A half-acre garden by the house consists of mixed borders of herbaceous plants, ornamental trees and shrubs, including rhododendrons and azaleas. It is a relaxed garden where plants are allowed to seed freely resulting in some interesting plant combinations. Further from the house is a wildlife pond, ornamental trees and a cedar greenhouse. Peripheral areas of the garden are deliberately left wild to encourage birds, insects and wildlife. A large paddock has been planted with 42 different apple trees plus pears and plums. There is a mixed woodland area planted in 2000 and a conservatory with two 30-year-old vines, bougainvillea, jasmine and numerous geraniums. Frostineb has featured on BBC’s The Beechgrove Garden.



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