In Spring, the walled garden at Westbrooke House is awash with thousands of tulips, arranged in colour themed beds amongst blue camassias, pink honesty and acid green euphorbia, above a sea of leafy, emerging perennials. It is a dazzling display, now only in its second year following the renovation and redesign of the original Victorian garden in 2014. Previously, the walled garden had been a grass tennis court, later dug up and replaced with some box and borders. Today, it is restored as a Victorian style flower cutting garden with beds contained in box hedging, filled with seasonal flowers.

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