Raby Castle

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Garden Category: North East England

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  • The gardens have been considerably altered during this century, particularly since 1980, but many of the original features remain. In particular, there are the two fine old yew hedges, and the ornamental pond, originally constructed to provide water for the Kitchen Garden. There is a new conservatory whose front replicates the 19th century original, rose gardens; formal lawns; and the informal heather and conifer garden. The East Garden contains the main herbaceous border, designed by the Dowager Lady Barnard, with species of trees within the lawn, such as the Tulip tree (Liriodendron tulipafera) and the Wedding Day Rose whose petals transforms through three colour changes.

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