Hidcote, the most influential garden of the 20th Century, was the first garden ever taken on by the National Trust. They spent £3.5million in a major programme of restoration. It was created by Major Lawrence Johnston and its colourful and carefully designed outdoor 'rooms' are full of surprises. There are narrow paved pathways to explore, secret gardens and beautiful views filled with plants bursting with colour. Perfect for a beautiful summer's day.
More details: http://www.nationaltrust.org.uk/hidcote/
Originally shared by +Pam Scanlan
This was taken in the beautiful gardens of Hidcote House, Chipping Campden, Gloucestershire.