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Hidcote Manor Garden

The history of Hidcote Manor Garden

The nature-loving American Lawrence Johnston created the Hidcote Manor Garden around 1907 and expanded it over 40 years with energy and passion. The former soldier spent his entire life collecting plants from all over the world to cultivate in his garden in southern England. Even today, the Hidcote Manor Garden is one of the most beautiful gardens in England, make sure you do not miss it on your garden trip. Discover numerous plants and flowers such as dahlias, fuchsias, carnations and hydrangeas throughout the garden.

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Enjoy with all senses

The Hidcote Manor Garden is so versatile that you will surely find a nice place to match your mood - small ponds and fountains, colorful flowerbeds, green meadows and ornate hedges. Settle down, listen to nature or devote yourself to a good book.

In the garden there are two cafes; here you get hot and cold drinks as well as typical English pastries - perfect for a relaxing afternoon break with cream tea. The homemade jams, jellies and juices are also available in the shop next door. From March to October you can purchase selected plants for your own garden at home or as a souvenir for friends and family.

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Visitor Information

Address: Hidcote Bartrim, at Chipping Campden, Gloucestershire, GL55 6LR

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