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SU4200 :: Trees by steam railway, Exbury Garden

Taken 5 years ago by Paul Gillett near Exbury, Hampshire, England

Trees by steam railway, Exbury Garden by Paul Gillett
Trees by steam railway, Exbury Garden

Exbury is a 200-acre (81 ha) informal woodland garden with very large collections of rhododendrons, azaleas and camellias, and is often considered the finest garden of its type in the United Kingdom. Exbury holds the national collection of Nyssa (Tupelo) and Oxydendrum under the NCCPG National Plant Collection scheme run by the National Council for the Conservation of Plants and Gardens. Other features include the Hydrangea Walk, the Rock Garden, Iris Garden, the Sundial Garden which follows an exotic planting, and a Camellia Walk (which takes visitors to a path alongside Beaulieu river and back via the pond). LinkExternal link Official site: LinkExternal link
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Subject Grid Square SU4200
Subject Lat/Long 50.805857,-1.402337 (click to view more nearby images)
Near Exbury, Hampshire, England
Photographer Paul Gillett
Taken 20160512 201605 2016 (about 5 years ago)
Submitted 2016-05-14
Snippet Exbury Gardens ·
Context Park and Public Gardens ·
Subject tree ·
Tag trees · gardens · place:Exbury Gardens ·
Group Steam Railway · Trees ·

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