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The June borders, designed by the Countess of Rosse in the 1960s, reach their peak over the next few weeks, with bold sweeps of colour featuring tree peonies and flowering shrubs.
The South African bed is a treasure chest of unusual and interesting plants planted in rhythmic patterns in bold drifts.
A vast increase in rainfall just this year alone, means we need to think imaginatively to cope with the impact of climate change.
In early summer you can smell the rose garden well before you see it; scented clouds of lemony Turkish delight greet you as you enter the garden created by Maud Messel in the 1920s.
The dramatic architecture of the house is part Regency, part pseudo-medieval, and now part ruin following a fire in 1947. Nothing is quite as it seems but room stewards are on hand to explain how this intriguing house fits together.