In my last post I promised more photos of our visit to Biddulph Grange Gardens. As always I took loads of photos so I've sorted out some of the ones that I hope you will enjoy looking at.
This is the view you see from the top of the steps when you first arrive.
The pathway to the Chinese Garden (see my last post) made of old tree roots
I'm not sure what this plant is called, we have one in our garden although the leaves are more red than green at the moment. Anyone know what it is?
The garden is full of interesting bits of architecture and hidden nooks and crannies
The other end of the 'tree root' walk
There is something to surprise and delight around every corner
Tunnels to wander through
Tall trees to gaze up at
This is the Cheshire Cottage and through here is the 'Egyptian Garden'
As you can see there are lots of areas to this garden I'm on photo overload already and I still haven't shown you the Dahlia Walk - at present full of tulips, the Woodland Walk, the Italian Garden or the Lake. Mr Bateman's geological gallery which we visited this time last year was closed for refurbishment but the other exhibition area was open.