Roe Green Walled Garden

Roe Green Walled Garden
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This Victorian walled garden, built in 1899 for the Duchess of Sutherland, has formal lawns with rose beds, a rockery, flower borders, a vegetable and fruit garden, a herb garden, beehive, wormery, compost bins and a high-rise wildlife home.

We have recently carried out the ancient craft of 'hedge laying' on a hawthorn hedge. There is a 'Devon bank' which hosts a mixture of wildflowers, and a dry-stone wall which offers a habitat for frogs, newts and other creatures. Our recent creation is a stumpery.

There is an original Victorian fishpond, a wildlife pond with water lilies, and a children's area. The Garden has won the Green Flag Community Award for the last 10 years.

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