Arley Hall and Gardens

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Garden Category: North West England

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  • Arley Hall is home to Viscount Ashbrook and his family. Within its eight acres of formal gardens, South West of the house, are many different areas, each with its own distincitve character. Arley Hall gardens were largely laid out in the 1840s, but every generation has added something since. There is a Victorian Double Herbaceous Border about 100 yards long, the only avenue in England of Ilex clipped in the shape of giant cylinders, a Lime Avenue and ancient Yew hedges, Roses, Herbs and Woodland Gardens. This last is notable for a collection of over 200 Rhododendrons, mostly planted in the recent past. Read more…

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