Sissinghurst Castle Garden is near Cranbrook in Kent. Now in the care of the National Trust, the garden was created by Vita Sackville-West & Harold Nicolson in the 1930's. The garden is a series of different areas separated by walls and hedges, giving the visitor the impression of peace and seclusion. The National Trust are restoring a form of traditional Wealden agriculture to the Castle Farm. The plan is to use the land to grow ingredients for lunches in the Sissinghurst restaurant. Click here to visit the Official site.
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