Polished English Garden In The 16th Century Manor

Polished English Garden In The 16th Century Manor

English Guanock House is a sixteenth century manor house situated on the east coast of England. It features manicured gardens that extend over an area of 5 acres and were designed and created by Arne Maynard, one of the most talented British landscapists. First, it was a large field without any garden structure but the landscapist spent years building the structure and improving the soils. Now Guanock garden has different parts like English garden, flower part, medicinal garden, culinary garden, orchard, etc. All these different areas are composed to create an integral and harmonious place. Get more of these beautiful views below!

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