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Here are photo's of some views from the garden.

The Summer House where visitors can sit down to relax and eat. There is a selection of refreshments and home-made cake.

Situated throughout the garden are benches where you can sit to admire the view or just relax in the surroundings.
The plants and foliage have been established for many generations, when in bloom they radiate a truly natural beauty.

This area of the garden, named after the unusually tall, rhubarb-like species planted there, is known as the Gunnera. An almost sub-tropical wilderness, it is hard to believe you are in Kent .


Banks of Rhododendron tower towards the sky.

Flowers as big as your hand make the most of the sunshine.



Just some images taken from the garden…. (Summer 2005)

The garden is in full bloom between May till the end of June, this is the best time to catch the full beauty within the garden.
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