Borde Hill

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Garden Category: South Central England

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  • A Tudor mansion dating from 1580, provides a superb backdrop to the formal 17 acre Garden which flows into a series of linked ‘garden rooms’, each boasts its own distinctive character and style. Set within 200 acres of spectacular parkland, form and planting design ranging from the formality of the Italian or Rose Gardens to the lush and sub-tropical drama of the Round Dell and the peaceful dappled shade of the Garden of Allah. Spring is heralded by magnificent magnolias, rhododendrons and azaleas, blending into summer with fragrant roses and herbaceous plants. The Garden is a plantsman’s paradise, with rare trees and shrubs introduced by the great plant collectors over a 100 years ago mainly from the Himalayas, Andes and Tasmania. Lakeside walks to explore and picnic. The Garden is open from March until the end of October.

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