20 January 2011


The garden at Ham House makes up in variety what it lacks for in size sitting as it does in the middle of a patchwork of lawns, hedges, walls, trees, paths and borders. To the East of the house lies the Cherry Garden with its lavender, box and yew hedges. Running along two sides are hornbeam arbours that manage to impress and please even in bald Winter.

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