Euridge Manor Farm
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Euridge Manor Farm is the private residence of John Robinson, businessman and founder of the hugely successful fashion chain Jigsaw.
These wonderful gardens have been designed by Julian and Isabel Bannerman, the couple responsible for garden design at Highgrove, Houghton House and the British 9/11 Memorial Garden in New York. Our host for the day will be Head Gardener and long-time Perennial supporter Andrew Wain.
This formal English country garden over five acres, not normally open to the public, with masses of scented roses and herbaceous planting, all enclosed within the walls of a ruined castle.
There are lovely terraces, a roof garden and a productive walled vegetable garden. There are also less formal areas as well as a pretty boating lake and boat house.
In the two orangeries, one houses the indoor pool and the other is a traditional orangery with over wintering citrus, where we will have tea.
Julian and Isabel Bannerman; strive to create gardens for living in and which also engage with the wider landscape. This is evident here at Euridge Manor Farm where the ‘old’ marries with the ‘new’ in the stunning Wiltshire countryside.BOOK TICKETS