Ramster Garden

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Garden Category: South East England

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  • A mature woodland garden with over 20 acres featuring flowering shrubs, a bog garden and wild flowers, especially good in spring and early summer. Specimens include magnolias, camellias, azaleas and rhododendrons and there are many fine trees to be seen. Around 250 acres of farm land and woods surround the house with ancient woodland, wildlife and stunning blue bells in May. One of the original gardens open for the National Garden Scheme, it has now been open to the public for 84 years. The local nursery, Gauntletts of Chiddingfold, also known as the Japanese Nursery, laid out the garden in 1890. They were famous for importing plants and garden ornaments from Japan, and their influence can be seen throughout the garden in the stone lanterns, the bamboo plantings, and the unique avenue of Japanese maples, (acer palmatum dissectum) now over 100 years old.

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