Mrs Greville’s rose garden at Polesden Lacey in the Surrey Hills  is set out in a simple cross pattern, with long, box-edged, wooden pergolas, adjoining seams of ‘Munstead’ and deeper ‘Hidcote’ lavenders, walls draped in clematis and a water tower festooned in an old Chinese wisteria, it is a mass of pink and white in the summer months.

This view is towards the well-head.

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2 thoughts on “Mrs Greville’s Rose Garden

    1. Thanks Pat – that caterpillar was a complete fluke, I didn’t see it until I came to upload these photos! Talking about light, the light is far too strong here at the moment to capture any flowers in detail.

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