This garden is partly inspired by Japanese gardens but not all the plants used are from Japan. It was the first of the therapeutic garden spaces to be developed back in the summer of 1999 by a group of eight people.
A contemplative setting and easy to weed! The garden is only partially completed, the original gardeners having moved on. Feature trees include a wonderful Corylus avellana ‘Contorta’ and a Ginkgo biloba which turns a beautiful buttery yellow in the autumn.
It is a gorgeous garden , very uplifting and colourful – I will come back heaps of times