This large garden at Horn Park, with splendid trees, has a unique setting looking over terraces and lawns and across fields and rolling hills to the sea beyond.
The plantsman's garden has many unusual trees, shrubs and plants and surrounds a charming house designed by a pupil of Lutyens.
Below the house are formal terraces with borders full of soft colours. Steps, planted with white roses, lead from here to the bottom lawn where there are three formal beds of standard brooms and roses.
The water garden is planted for stronger colours. Seats have been carefully placed around the garden so that visitors can enjoy the changing vistas. A wild flower meadow, with over 160 species including orchids, has mown grass paths leading to a bluebell wood.
Other features of Horn Park gardens include a rock and a woodland garden.
Home-propagated plants are for sale in the greenhouse.