Look, I know we have peerless Wisley near us, but gardeners and those of us who enjoy visiting gardens like a bit of variety.
Yesterday we visited the National Trust’s Greys Court near Henley on Thames. While the house is of interest, as you’d expect from a National trust property, it’s Greys Court gardens that really are the surprise pleasure. I think we lost count of the different walled gardens, must be half-a-dozen, all approached by a gate from one garden to the another. I guess it helps having the gardens in among ruins of earlier buildings.
Here’s a couple of photos – not sure they do justice to the gardens.