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Yarlington House, Somerset
Gloriously busy in the Summer and well known for its' numerous charity fairs, galas and weddings, this exposed garden is also transformed into a silent winter wonderland, when fragrant shrubs and evergreens are draped with frost.

Yarlington House with stone balustrade and clipped Yew hedges. Somerset, UK. Snow covered drive leading to Yarlington House with bright red Cornus stems The formal lawn to the rear of Yarlington House, Somerset, UK. The front entrance of Yarlington House with clipped yew hedges in a dusting of snow View across sunken walled garden, with balls of Phillyrea angustifolia dusted in snow and statue of Artemis -Diana looking on. View across sunken walled garden, with balls of Phillyrea angustifolia dusted in snow and statue of Artemis - Diana looking on Path lined with balls of Phillyrea angustifolia, leading to clipped Olearia next to a Wisteria covered arch backed with Ivy. Gate through to the walled kitchen garden in Winter, Chard in foreground Box hedging providing structure in winter, with central pergola and old Apple trees beyond. The formal garden surrounded by pleached limes. Dusting of snow in the walled kitchen garden, with Leeks in foreground. View of the walled kitchen garden in snow, with box hedging and Chard in foreground Pleached limes surrounding the formal garden





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Beckley Park
This feature captures Beckley Park looking at its most fantastical and dramatic, with a covering of snow giving texture and highlights to the wonderful topiary forms set against a bright blue sky, creating a dreamlike winter wonderland feel.

Box hedges and pyramids covered in snow at Beckley Park, Oxfordshire, UK. Amanda Fielding, Beckley Park Foundation. Amanda Fielding, Beckley Park Foundation. Box hedges and pyramids covered in snow at Beckley Park, Oxfordshire, UK. Box hedges and pyramids covered in snow at Beckley Park, Oxfordshire, UK.
Box hedges and pyramids covered in snow at Beckley Park, Oxfordshire, UK.
View of the front of Beckley Park, Oxfordshire, UK. The bridge over the outer moat at Beckley Park. January. The Pavillion at Beckley Park, Oxfordshire, UK The Pavillion at Beckley Park. An overview of The Yew Garden from an upstairs mullion window at Beckley Park, Oxfordshire, UK. An overview of The Yew Garden at Beckley Park, Oxfordshire. An overview of The Yew Garden from an upstairs mullion window at Beckley Park, Oxfordshire, UK.





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Hotel Endsleigh
Endsleigh House, built by the Duke of Bedford in 1810 as a fishing lodge and designed by architect Jeffrey Wyatville, sits high above the River Tamar set in a garden largely designed by Humphrey Repton, an exceptional rare surviving example of his work.

View of Hotel Endsleigh, designed by Sir Jeffry Wyatville in 1810, with grounds part modelled by Humphrey Repton. Ben Ruscombe-King, head gardener at Hotel Endsleigh, Devon The Parterre at Hotel Endsleigh with beds of pink tulips underplanted with violas in spring The Parterre at Hotel Endsleigh with trellis work veranda on the corner of the building and beds of pink tulips underplanted with violas in spring The Parterre at Hotel Endsleigh with bubbling central fountain and beds of pink tulips underplanted with violas in spring The Parterre at Hotel Endsleigh with perimeter water channel framing beds of pink tulips underplanted with violas in spring The Parterre at Hotel Endsleigh with beds of pink tulips underplanted with violas in spring The Parterre at Hotel Endsleigh with beds of pink tulips underplanted with violas in spring The Parterre at Hotel Endsleigh with bubbling central fountain and beds of pink tulips underplanted with violas in spring A rustic bench inside a rustic verandah. The hexagonal Shell House at Hotel Endsleigh, Devon, UK. View out of the Shell House at Hotel Endsleigh, Devon in spring View back to the hotel from the shell house at Hotel Endsleigh in spring





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Les Jardins d'Etretat
Seeing is believing, this visual feast of garden design and contemporary works of art set against the dramatic coast line of Normandy in France.

Clipped box surround upturned faces of Samuel Salcedo's 'Des Gouttes des Pluie' in  Les Jardins d'Etretat, Normandy, France. Clipped box surround upturned faces of Samuel Salcedo's 'Des Gouttes des Pluie' Clipped box surround upturned faces of Samuel Salcedo's 'Des Gouttes des Pluie' View of sculpted box surrounding upturned faces of Samuel Salcedo's 'Des Gouttes des Pluie' View of sculpted box surrounding upturned faces of Samuel Salcedo's 'Des Gouttes des Pluie' View up gravel steps flanked with borders of clipped box View up gravel steps flanked with borders of sculpted boxes. Gravel stepped path leading through clipped box and upturned faces of Samuel Salcedo's 'Des Gouttes des Pluie' View up winding gravel pathway over clipped box View over sculpted Phillyrea angustifolia spirals and views to the white cliffs and sea beyond. View over sculpted Phillyrea angustifolia spirals and view to the white cliffs and sea beyond.  View over sculpted Phillyrea angustifolia spirals and view to the white cliffs and sea beyond.  View over sculpted Phillyrea angustifolia spirals and view to the white cliffs and sea beyond.





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Arley Hall
The gardens at Arley Hall vary greatly in character as each twist and turn of the pathways leads unpredictably from hushed inner sanctuaries to wide open spaces with far-reaching vistas.

Arley Hall, a mid-nineteenth century stately home, in the Jacobean style, famed for its beautiful gardens. Cheshire, UK. Gordon Baillie, head gardener at Arley Hall, standing in the recently relaid herb garden. The 90-metre-long twin herbaceous borders at Arley Hall, created in 1846 and divided into bays with yew buttresses and huge yew sentinels at the easterly end. Seen at dawn. The 90-metre-long twin herbaceous borders at dawn, Arley Hall, Cheshire, UK. 

The 90-metre-long twin herbaceous borders at Arley Hall, sunrise. The 90-metre-long twin herbaceous borders. Arley Hall, Cheshire, UK.
The 90-metre-long twin herbaceous borders. Arley Hall, Cheshire, UK. The 90-metre-long twin herbaceous borders at Arley Hall.  Seen at sunrise. The 90-metre-long twin herbaceous borders. Arley Hall, Cheshire, UK. The 90-metre-long twin herbaceous borders at Arley Hall, July. The 90-metre-long twin herbaceous borders. Arley Hall, Cheshire, UK. The 90-metre-long twin herbaceous borders. Arley Hall, Cheshire, UK. The 90-metre-long twin herbaceous borders at Arley Hall, with a Grade II listed Alcove at the westerly end.





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Bourton House
The garden at Bourton House is a great balance between formality and exuberance, showing the best of the English garden style and all maintained to the highest standard.

A knot garden of clipped Buxus - Box - with variegated Box pyramids, surrounded by formal hedge with house beyond A knot garden of clipped Buxus - Box - with variegated Box pyramids, enclosed in formal hedge with Hedera - Ivy - covered arbour over stone bench A knot garden dusted with snow and punctuated by variegated Buxus - Box - pyramids, all enclosed in formal hedge with Hedera - Ivy - arbour with stone bench A knot garden of clipped Buxus - Box - with variegated Box pyramids and a central basketwork pond View over variegated Buxus - Box - pyramids arising from knot garden, towards gap in formal hedge with countryside views beyond Overview of knot garden of clipped Buxus - Box - with variegated Box pyramids and a central pond, formal hedge on one side View over knot garden of clipped Buxus - Box - with variegated Box pyramids and a central basket pond Raised pond with basketwork pattern surrounded by a knot garden of clipped Buxus - Box - with variegated Box pyramids View over knot garden of clipped Buxus - Box - with variegated Box pyramids and a central raised pond, towards formal hedge with gap showing countryside beyond View over pond with planting towards knot garden of clipped Buxus - Box - with variegated Box pyramids and formal hedge
Parterre of clipped Buxus - Box, plus Taxus - Yew - columns and mophead Prunus lusitanica 'Myrtifolia', views of garden beyond Parterre of clipped Buxus - Box, plus Taxus - Yew columns and mophead Prunus lusitanica 'Myrtifolia' around a metal arbour over wooden seat Clipped Buxus - Box - dusted with snow plus mophead Prunus lusitanica 'Myrtifolia', metal arbour in background





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The Winter Garden at Wakehurst
Having recently undergone a radical redesign, the Winter Garden at Wakehurst in Sussex, the sister garden to Royal Botanic Gardens at Kew, is a truly immersive experience of scent, colour and textures.

The Winter Garden at Wakehurst, West Sussex, UK Francis Annette in the Winter Garden at Wakehurst, West Sussex, UK. The Winter Garden at Wakehurst, West Sussex, UK. Daphne bholua var. glacialis underplanted with Erica x darleyensis 'Mediterranean Pink' The Winter Garden at Wakehurst, West Sussex, UK The Winter Garden at Wakehurst, West Sussex, UK. The Winter Garden at Wakehurst, West Sussex, UK. View of the Winter Garden and sweeping path at Wakehurst, West Sussex, UK. View of the Winter Garden and sweeping path at Wakehurst, West Sussex, UK Frosted Carex comans bronze-leaved with bright yellow stems of Cornus sericea 'Bud's Yellow' and Cornus sericea 'Flaviramea', in the Winter Garden at Wakehurst, West Sussex, UK. Buxus sempervirens in the winter garden at Wakehurst, UK The Winter Garden at Wakehurst, West Sussex, UK. The Winter garden at Wakehurst, West Sussex, UK Frosted topiary the borders of the Winter garden at Wakehurst, West Sussex, UK.





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Les Jardins d'Etretat
The historic garden, once owned by the French actress, Madame Thibault, has been revived and expanded by Alexandra Grivko of the international garden design company, Il Nature.

Jardin Emotions with sculptures raindrops by de Samuel Salcedo. Les Jardins d Etretat, Normandy, France. Jardin Emotions with sculptures raindrops by de Samuel Salcedo. Les Jardins d Etretat, Normandy, France Jardin Emotions with sculptures raindrops by de Samuel Salcedo. Les Jardins d Etretat, Normandy, France Jardin Emotions with sculptures raindrops by de Samuel Salcedo. Les Jardins d Etretat, Normandy, France Pathways through Jardin Emotions with sculptures raindrops by de Samuel Salcedo. Les Jardins d Etretat, Normandy, France View of slope of clipped phillyrea angustifolia, buxus sempervirens and azalea japonica in Les Jardins d Etretat, Normandy, France View from Jardin d Amont over Jardin d Aval and Jardin Zen. Les Jardins d Etretat, Normandy, France Path running towards clipped and sculptured taxus baccata. Les Jardins d Etretat, Normandy, France Path running towards clipped and sculptured taxus baccata. Les Jardins d Etretat, Normandy, France Clipped and sculptured Taxus Baccata along the gravel path in Les Jardins d Etretat, Normandy, France Clipped and sculptured Taxus Baccata along the gravel path in Les Jardins d Etretat, Normandy, France with terracotta sculpture by Sergei Katran hanging from trees. Gravel path with Taxus baccata and muehlenbeckia complexa. Les Jardins d Etretat, Normandy, France Path running towards clipped and sculptured taxus baccata. Les Jardins d Etretat, Normandy, France





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Parcevall Hall Gardens
It is hard to believe that Parcevall Hall Gardens of Wharfedale in the heart of the Yorkshire Dales National park remains such a hidden treasure. It is Comprised of 24 acres of formal, woodland and limestone rock garden with reflective pools.

Terraces at Parcevall Hall Gardens, Yorkshire, UK. Portrait of Phil Nelson, Head Gardener, Parcevall Hall Gardens, Wharfdale, North Yorkhsire, UK. Terraces at Parcevall Hall Gardens, Yorkshire. Terraces at Parcevall Hall Gardens, Yorkshire, UK. Terraces at Parcevall Hall Gardens, Yorkshire, UK. Terraces at Parcevall Hall Gardens, Yorkshire, UK View of reflective pool and terraces at Parcevall Hall Gardens, Yorkshire, UK. View of reflective pool and terraces at Parcevall Hall Gardens, Yorkshire, UK. View over the Terraces towards Simon's Seat in the distance, at Parcevall Hall Gardens, Yorkshire, UK. View over the Terraces towards Simon's Seat in the distance, at Parcevall Hall Gardens, Yorkshire, UK.
View over the Terraces towards Simon's Seat in the distance, at Parcevall Hall Gardens, Yorkshire, UK.
View from the Terraces over The Red Borders towards Simon's Seat in the distance, at Parcevall Hall Gardens, Yorkshire, UK. View from the Terraces over The Red Borders towards Simon's Seat in the distance, at Parcevall Hall Gardens, Yorkshire, UK.





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Littlethorpe Manor
Under the custodianship of Eddie Harland, Littlethorpe Manor garden has been designed and developed to reflect the owner’s desire to relate the four seasons to the circle of life

The Sunken Garden at Littlethorpe Manor, Yorkshire in February. Designed by Eddie Harland. The Sunken Garden at Littlethorpe Manor, Yorkshire, UK. Designed by Eddie Harland. The Sunken Garden at Littlethorpe Manor, Yorkshire, uk. Designed by Eddie Harland. The Sunken Garden at Littlethorpe Manor, Yorkshire in February. Designed by Eddie Harland. The Sunken Garden at Littlethorpe Manor, Yorkshire, UK. Designed by Eddie Harland.
View over The Walled Garden, with metal gazebo and central 'Tree of Life', Ygdrassil - the Norwegian World Tree. Littlethorpe Manor, Yorkshire, UK. Designed by Eddie Harland. Weeping White Mulberry, Morus alba 'Pendula' tree and Box hedging in The Sunken Garden at Littlethorpe Manor, Yorkshire in February. Designed by Eddie Harland. Frosty clipped Box balls and bench at Littlethorpe Manor, Yorkshire, UK. Designed by Eddie Harland. Frosty clipped Box balls and bench at Littlethorpe Manor, Yorkshire, UK. Designed by Eddie Harland.
Frosty clipped Box balls and bench at Littlethorpe Manor, Yorkshire in February. Designed by Eddie Harland. Pergola at Littlethorpe Manor, Yorkshire, UK. Designed by Eddie Harland. Pergola, clipped Lavendar and spheres of English Yew at Littlethorpe Manor, Yorkshire UK. Designed by Eddie Harland. Clipped fastigiate Yew flanking fountain pool at Littlethorpe Manor, Yorkshire in February.





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