A three acre Arts and Crafts style garden surrounding a picturesque Edwardian house, on the Welsh border, with yew and box topiary, formal parterres, an herb garden, flower and shrub borders, a rose garden, heritage apple trees, and an Edwardian greenhouse.
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"Scarborough is a very pretty Sea-port town built on the side of a high hill, the Churc h stands in the most eminent place above all the town; the ruins of a large Castle remaines, the Walls in compass severall acres of ground that feeds many beasts and milch cows, the hillon which the Castle stands is very steep and severall trenches over one another round the walls ..."
Ewhurst- Ewhurst, Surrey, England
Ewhurst is a large village just east of Cranleigh, near the Surrey border with East Sussex. It lies on the edge of the Weald. The name is a combination of the Old English 'iw', for yew, and 'hyrst' for wooded hill, so perhaps the name might be translated as Yew Wood. ... more