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Winter in the garden
The walled gardens are a perfect balance of industry and leisure, home to the peach house and vinery and the Galmpton School allotment, as well as soft borders and a large lawn to relax on. A must see.
A stroll to the top garden rewards you with a gorgeous summer border. Highlights include late flowering clematis on the walls and the unusual beschorneria, a succulent with pink six-foot flower spikes.
Remodeled in the mid-19th century, this lush and secluded area surrounds a pool and fountain. The nearby pet cemetery is home to the graves of Agatha's family's much-loved dogs.
Greenway's romantic woodland garden is renowned for its spring flowers - from camellias to rhododendrons, as well as swathes of spring bulbs. Join the gardeners for walk and talks in March, a great way to find out all about what's in flower and the history of the garden.
A lovely little pond tucked away on the middle path and graced by this sculpture by Nicholas Dimbleby.
Walk to the top garden for the best views over the river; from the battery, you can sometimes see seals.
Built as a Napoleonic defence in the 1790s, it's the perfect place to sit and watch the river.