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Hindringham Hall
Hindringham Hall Gardens comprises a wide range of areas of interest, including a water garden and bog area, preserved medieval fish-ponds and both formal and informal planting schemes.






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York Gate in Summer
York Gate is a one-acre garden tucked away behind the ancient church in Adel, on the northern outskirts of Leeds. The garden is divided by yew and beech hedges into a series of smaller gardens, each with its own theme and style.






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Kasteel Hemmen
A garden with a long history situated within the park of the former castle of Hemmen.






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The Summer Garden, St Petersburg, Russia
The Summer Garden occupies an island between the Fontanka, Moika, and the Swan Canal in Saint Petersburg, Russia and shares its name with the adjacent Summer Palace of Peter the Great.






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Peterhof Palace Garden
The Peterhof Palace is a series of palaces and gardens located in Petergof, Saint Petersburg, Russia, commissioned by Peter the Great as a direct response to the Palace of Versailles by Louis XIV of France.






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Miserden, Gloucestershire
Beautiful English country garden with history.






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Moat Farm
Moat Farm - Photographed when sprinkled with snow at the end of January 2019. It has strong structure with Yew and Hornbeam topiary – including hornbeam pillars - which makes it an ideal garden for photographing in winter.






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Forde Abbey
Beautiful public garden in Somerset, fabulous house attached, gorgeous walled garden with vegetables, Dahlias and autumnal planting. Informal, colourful and atmospheric.






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Easton Lodge
Easton Lodge Gardens were originally designed by Edwardian garden designer Harold Peto in 1902, as commissioned by the Countess of Warwick. The gardens were heavily influenced by Peto's passion for Italiante, French and Japanese gardens.






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The Newt in Somerset
The Newt in Somerset is the renamed Emily estate. Bought in 2013 it has been completely re-landscaped and re-planted, whilst retaining the unique brick walled garden known as the Parabola, it re-opened to the public in June 2019.






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