Dean's Court's garden is a peaceful haven near the centre of this busy market town.
The 13 acres of partly wild gardens surround an old house that was once the Deanery to the Minster.
There are many fine specimen trees, lawns and borders. A fascinating old kitchen garden has a long serpentine wall and some of the oldest varieties of vegetables are grown here.
There is also a superb collection of herbs.
The Dean's Court gardens are chemical-free and part of the Henry Doubeday seed bank of endangered botanical species is held here. Chemical-free produce and herbaceous plants are usually on sale.