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From the rolling Cheshire Plain to formal parks and gardens; mountains to moorlands; estuaries and exotic planting, there's a different view every day. Celebrate the seasons in our magnificent Cheshire's Gardens of Distinction.
Enjoy the changing seasons across our dramatic landscapes - Cheshire's gardens promise a kaleidoscope of colour whatever time of year you visit.
Whether nationally recognised or locally treasured, part of a magnificent country estate or a private home, we pay tribute to all of our gardens - great and small - and the people that have created, nurtured and loved them.
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This amazing Victorian garden was created by James Bateman for his collection of plants from around the world. Take a journey through Italy, Egypt, China and the Himalayas on the Cheshire/Staffordshire border.
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Dating from 1719, the majestic Capesthorne Hall with its stunning Jacobean style architecture is set in 100 acres of picturesque parkland, with exquisite gardens and chain of three serene lakes.
A leading and highly regarded garden centre - a world class rose nursery.
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For a tranquil walk explore the Edwardian rose garden, ravine garden or luxurious herbaceous borders next to the reflecting lake where a certain Mr Darcy met Miss Bennett in the BBC production of 'Pride and Prejudice'.
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A fascinating combination of historical, archaeological and natural beauty. Medieval monastic ruins, a large Georgian walled garden, woodland walks, pear orchard, and the National Collection of Tree Quince; Cydonia Oblonga.
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Port Sunlight Museum celebrates the unique heritage of the beautiful and historic industrial village. It is the finest surviving example of early urban planning the UK, Port Sunlight is set in 130 acres of beautiful parkland.