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Church Cottage

½ acre garden with shrubs, trees, rambling roses and pond. Mixed planting for colour, form and scent throughout the year. Good range of shade tolerant plants, developing wild area. Fine views over open fields.
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    A good garden to sit and watch the weather and the views. The garden is often very 'green' especially after the spring bulbs have finished. The winds do delay flowering and some plants have adopted a distinct seaside lean but a windbreak won't be considered because of the view. Change is on-going either through new additions or because a key plant might have died. Much new planting of spring bulbs in the wild area and new herbaceous plants being added or existing plants divided to complete one large bed. The pond has new lilies, the previous lilies just became too big and have been rehoused at Mill Hollow where they are flourishing.

Church Cottage- Canceled

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On this day, this garden is open by arrangement, which means that you will have to contact the owner to arrange visits for groups.

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Owner Information

Hywel & Ingram Lloyd

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Church Cottage
Northamptonshire
OX17 2RP

More about Church Cottage

A good garden to sit and watch the weather and the views. The garden is often very 'green' especially after the spring bulbs have finished. The winds do delay flowering and some plants have adopted a distinct seaside lean but a windbreak won't be considered because of the view. Change is on-going either through new additions or because a key plant might have died. Much new planting of spring bulbs in the wild area and new herbaceous plants being added or existing plants divided to complete one large bed. The pond has new lilies, the previous lilies just became too big and have been rehoused at Mill Hollow where they are flourishing.

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