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Conifers in Autumn at Exbury Gardens in Hampshire

Exbury

Southampton, Hampshire

Created at the end of the twentieth century by Lionel de Rothschild, Exbury has a magnificent collection of species and hybrid rhododendrons, camellias, magnolias and azaleas.

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Rectangular flower beds in the garden of the naturalist Gilbert White in Hampshire

Gilbert White

Alton, Hampshire

Reverend White laid out the garden between 1751 and the early 1760s but with no plans of the garden, it was recreated by Kim Wilkie in 1992 using White’s journals….

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Well-head in the twentieth century gardens at Houghton Lodge in Hampshire

Houghton Lodge

Stockbridge, Hampshire

The fishing lodge or cottage ornee was probably designed by John Nash for the Pitt-Rivers family at the beginning of the nineteenth century. On the west side of the River Test, the estate has been owned by the Busk family since 1910….

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Gertrude Jekyll gardens at Manor House Gardens, Upton Grey in Hampshire

Manor House Garden, Upton Grey

Upton Grey, Hampshire

Charles Holme, founder of the Arts and Crafts magazine The Studio, moved from the Red House, Bexley to the fifteenth century manor house at Upton Grey which he had bought in 1906.

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View of Parterre designed by Norah Lindsay in the gardens at Mottisfont in Hampshire

Mottisfont

Romsey, Hampshire

Incorporating the earlier monastic buildings into a house, Sir William Sandys built Mottisfont in sixteenth century. In the twentieth century the house and garden were restored and the property was given to the National Trust in 1957.

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View from the Park of the Facade of The Vyne in Hampshire

The Vyne

Basingstoke, Hampshire

The classical portico on the north front was added in 1654 by John Webb, a pupil of Inigo Jones, for the lawyer and politician Chaloner Chute.

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