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Braxton Gardens in England

Lymore Lane      Milford on Sea, Hampshire, England
Tel: (01590) 642008

Beautiful gardens set around attractive Victorian farm buildings. A courtyard with raised lily pool leads into a walled garden. Herb shop, comprehensive range of books, cards, gifts and preserves. One of the largest David Austin rose gardens in Hampshire with over 450 bushes. Course fishing. A fine selection of unusual herbs, alpines & shrubs in a walled garden. Braxton Gardens are located two miles north of Henry VIII's Tudor Castle at Hurst. Come and explore the walled garden and courtyard with its cooling pool and fountain, designed around the attractive red brick barns of an original Victorian farmyard. The gardens contain many beautiful roses, including the Apothecary's Rose and the Eglantine Rose. An unusual feature is the Knot Garden, the design of which was inspired by an old manuscript and planted with Germander and Cotton Lavender. The plant centre is stocked with unusual herbs, alpine and shrubs, many of which are propagated on our nursery from stock grown in the gardens. These include the chocolate scented Cosmos atrosanguineus and refreshing Lemon Verbena. Our staff are always happy to advise you on the best choice for your garden..........

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