The cottage garden is filled with herbaceous plants as well as irises and hundreds of roses which Lucy Boston chose with advice from the horticulturist and rosarian Graham Stuart Thomas.
Lucy Boston also created topiary coronation and chess pieces.
Fritillaries and marsh orchids flower in the meadow near the front garden.
The Manor Garden is lived in by Diana Boston, widow of Peter.
Wheelchair users are welcome to drive up to the house and park
Refreshments and toilets can be found in the village
Historic Houses members visit for free.