Groombridge Place Gardens

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Garden Category: South East England

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  • There are 65 hectares of grounds and gardens, heavily water-biased. Though the 17th century house has a residual moat there are also formal terraced gardens and topiary appropriate to the house’s origin (1660), as well as the earlier Elizabethan walled garden which belonged to the house displaced in 1660. The medieval moat has become a water garden, and there is a great deal of decorative planting of specimen trees. There are 6 gardens within the grounds, The Knot Garden, The Secret Garden, The White Rose Garden, The Oriental Garden, and The Drunken Garden. There is a yew planted in 1415 to mark the Battle of Agincourt and Wellingtonias (Sequoiadendron giganteum) that date back to the 1850s.

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