Sudeley Castle Gardens

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Garden Category: South Midlands Gardens

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  • The Gardens at Sudeley Castle were laid out in the 19th century during the restoration of the Castle and are on an intimate, informal scale rare for a house of this size. The glory of Sudeley today is the Queen’s Garden, laid out in the 1850’s on the site of the old Tudor parterre. The double yew hedges were planted in 1856, but what was originally a very formal herb garden is now the site for a spectacular planting of over 800 old fashioned roses.

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