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estling amid the undulating hills leading from the North Downs to the southernmost Kentish coastline there is a small valley. Hidden here is a gem of astounding beauty, a treasure awaiting discovery: a secret garden in the depths of Kent .

Named after the Californian Redwood tree planted 150 years ago at its centre, The American Garden remains a place of tranquillity, brimming with a vibrant array of rhododendrons and scented azaleas, interwoven by sunlit glades and meandering pathways.

For the month of May the Harland family, owners of the property since 1947, open the garden and invite you to spend a soothing afternoon strolling through its eight acres, absorbing the peaceful atmosphere and escaping into a picturesque world of breathtaking blossom.

Open weekends and bank holidays in May. 2pm until 5.30pm

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