Real gardens: Rousham

The walled garden at Rousham is one of those must-see sites, a fabulous example of English landscape design. Unlike many of the real gardens we feature on F&F, Rousham has remained largely untouched since its inception in the eighteenth century. There are still fat herbaceous borders, a small parterre and marvellous espalier apple trees.

Here are some shots from this beautiful estate:

To find out more, visit the Rousham website.

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  1. amy hannigan

    Thank you for the reminder, I plan to see this garden every winter. I imagine its structure still reveals it self in February! I will be sorry to miss that blossom and leaf colour though.


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