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Saturday, 22 September 2012

Hidcote Manor Gardens

This is one garden it is imperative everyone should visit and its only an hours trundle through the Cotswolds. The hydrangeas are exquisite at the moment. Here are a few bits of the garden I was able to enjoy. There is lots more to this garden and I shall enjoy going back to spend  time there. It deserves to be admired  in spring, summer, autumn and winter.I was in awe of the hydrangeas. Mid October I imagine it will look completely different as the colours bleed  into autumn.

Visit to Hidcote Manor Gardens
Winding paths guide you through the garden



Visit to Hidcote Manor Gardens
Hydrangea sargentii


Hidcote Manor Gardens
The iconic building 

Visit to Hidcote Manor Gardens
Topiary looking magnificent beautifully under planted with herbaceaous

Visit to Hidcote Manor Gardens
Hot planted borders

Hidcote Manor Gardens Hydrangea Walk
Very natural planting in the hydrangea walk

Visit to Hidcote Manor Gardens
A trickling stream

Hydrangea Sargentii
Close view of Hydrangea sargentii

Hydrangea Sargentii
Yes its Hydrangea sargentii in its full glory

Hidcote Manor Garden
One of many little quintessentially English garden all created within one space

Hidcote Manor Garden Hydrangeas
Green and white creating a tranquil space to meander through

 Read more about Hydrangeas in my article  click here





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