June 09, 2012

East Ruston Old Vicarage



East Ruston Old Vicarage was the last garden we saw before heading back to London for our flight home.  It took 7 hours and two tea room visits to get through this massive garden.  Although it is smaller than Wisley or Stourhead, it was entirely planted with hedge alleys of intersecting views and more rooms than any garden we saw.  One of our favorite gardens and a great way to wrap up the tour.



Hedges of Ilex, Pine, Ligustrum, Beech, Sequoia, Taxus & Chamaecyparis



This is the remains of the "Hurricane" that hit Cornwall pretty hard two days earlier.  Blusterous weather.





























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