Plas Cadnant

We love Plas Cadnant, the early nineteenth-century house (according to Pevsner, 1803) which Anthony Tavernor bought 24 years ago when the walled garden was totally overgrown and it had narrowly escaped being turned into an equestrian centre. Now, it is the perfect scale of garden with sloping lawns, ornamental topiary leading down to a steep woodland garden in a ravine, all of it immaculately maintained and groomed.

The topiary:-

A globe artichoke gone to seed:-

Herbaceous borders:-

And then down into the fernery of the dell:-

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