Houses and gardens visited during 2017

Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year to everyone.

Houses & gardens visited during 2017

  1. Burnby Hall Gardens, East Yorks
  2. Burton Agnes Hall Gardens (snowdrops), East Yorks
  3. Kensington Palace, London
  4. Knoll Gardens, Dorset
  5. Max Gate, Dorset
  6. Thomas Hardy’s Cottage, Dorset
  7. Mottisfont, Hampshire
  8. Morland House gardens, Cumbria
  9. Askham Hall, Cumbria
  10. Larch Cottage nursery, nr Penrith, Cumbria
  11. Acorn Bank, Cumbria
  12. Mirehouse, Cumbria
  13. Town End, Cumbria
  14. London Open Garden Squares – Middle Temple Garden, Inner Temple Garden,
  15. The Masters Garden, Middle Temple
  16. The Holme, Central London (NGS)
  17. RHS Hampton Court Flower Show (2017)
  18. Pashley Manor, Sussex
  19. Merriments Garden, Sussex
  20. Great Dixter Garden, East Sussex
  21. RHS Wisley, Surrey
  22. RHS Harlow Carr, North Yorkshire
  23. Ripley Castle, North Yorkshire
  24. Parcevall Hall Gardens, North Yorkshire
  25. The Needles, Isle of Wight
  26. Mottistone Gardens, Isle of Wight
  27. Osborn House, Isle of Wight
  28. Ham House, London
  29. RHS Wisley, Surrey
  30. La Villa Rotonda, nr Vicenza, Italy
  31. Teatro Olimpico, Vicenza, Italy
  32. Giusti Garden, Verona, Italy
  33. The Arena, Verona, Italy
  34. Botanic Gardens, Lausanne, Switzerland
  35. Chillon Castle, Veytaux (on Lake Geneva), Switzerland
  36. Strawberry Hill, London
  37. Ham House, London
  38. Petersham Nurseries, Petersham
  39. Michelham Priory, Sussex
  40. Alfriston Clergy House, East Sussex
  41. Nymans, West Sussex
  42. RHS Harlow Carr, North Yorkshire


2 thoughts on “Houses and gardens visited during 2017

  1. Have a safe & happy new year, to you and your Family.
    I shall look forward to more posts from you.

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