‪The Lyde Garden‬

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‪Princes Risborough‬, UK40 مساهمة
زوجان • أكتوبر 2021
‪Carington Estates should be congratulated for this wonderful Japanese themed water garden. Always well tended the wooden walkways, springs, ponds and rare trees are a delight.‬
كُتب بتاريخ 12 أكتوبر 2021
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‪Luton‬, UK1,696 مساهمة
العائلة • يوليو 2021
‪A very interesting little garden, next to the church and just along the road from the Lions of Bledlow Public House. Free to enter, you just step through a gate in a wall and you’re in. The garden is set out as a water garden, fed by the springs in the area, with a number of narrow pathways and different areas.

There is parking at the side of the road and once at the bottom of the garden you can come back up via a quicker path. There are a few seats around too and it is a peaceful place with the sound of running water. Some of the paths are quite overgrown and it is steep, so please bear in mind if visiting with elderly or disabled people.

A nice little visit for 30 minutes or so.‬
كُتب بتاريخ 31 يوليو 2021
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Keith M
‪Haddenham‬, UK33 مساهمة
بمفردك • ديسمبر 2020
‪I wouldn’t have known these were here had I not cycled past them a couple of times and stopped to investigate.
These gardens are a hidden gem, with some nice planting, running water features and ornaments.
They take advantage of a natural stream that has cut through the hillside making a natural gorge.
And they are free to enter which is an added bonus. I be visiting again in the spring.‬
كُتب بتاريخ 16 ديسمبر 2020
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keith h
‪Chesham‬, UK719 مساهمة
زوجان • سبتمبر 2018
‪The Lyde Garden is situated next to Holy Trinity Church & occupies a deep, unexpected chasm where the River Lyde rises from springs. You would not even notice the garden unless you were already aware of it's existence or you peered through the black railings lining the village street. A small gate in them allows entry & an unobtrusive sign is fixed next to it.
On the opposite side of the road sits Bledlow Manor, home of Lord Carrington & it is to his estate that the gardens belong.
We planned a visit to the garden as several friends had recommended it to us & being aware that it was situated next to the church we turned down a footpath to it's right side ( facing from the road ). This proved to be a happy error as the path actually runs along the side of the churchyard, at first under Sycamores & then Yew with a carpet of bright green ivy underneath & clumps of Butcher's Broom. Very pretty but not the access point to the gardens & we emerged by a house with shutters. However, the path did give us a good sight of the garden , far below on our right side.
Returning to the road we carried on past a bench sitting right on the footpath's edge & after a few more yards discovered the right entrance to the garden.
On entering you can either proceed clock-wise or anti-clockwise along paths surfaced with small stone chippings. We took the former route & quickly descended to a wooden colonnade next to a circular pool. Here is a beautiful vista through to more expanses of water. A small, six sided pagoda-like ornament sits in the water part way along.
Proceeding along wooden decking, you reach the end of the garden as far as your walking is allowed & cross a wide expanse of the water on the raised decking.
Here you can sit on wooden benches & admire the views. Looking back from where you have just come, there is a large Weeping Willow bent over the water ( we saw a Treecreeper family scurrying up it's trunk ). To the other side the water is framed in a rising stack of greenery. Sorbarias & a huge Tree of Heaven to name two.
Both sides of the garden have extremely steep sides, clothed with Harts Tongue Ferns, Ivy, Comfrey & much else. The huge leaves of Rodgersias make large clumps along the wet lower margins.
We returned to the entrance along the opposite side under large trees & through shrubs.
I would say that this is mostly a " green " garden in that whilst there are obviously flowering plants here, the foliage will always dominate the eye.
Could it be that Holy Trinity Church next door superseded an earlier, pagan site due to the proximity of the spring?
Whatever the case, the garden is very peaceful & beautiful.‬
كُتب بتاريخ 17 سبتمبر 2018
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