Biddulph Grange

Location: Staffordshire

Website: Biddulph Grange website

Biddulph Grange Garden is a unique example of a Victorian world garden created by James and Maria Bateman to house a collection of rare and exotic plants collected from around the world. With the help of their friend Edward Cooke they created a series of gardens within a garden. Visitors are taken on a voyage of discovery through tunnels, across stepping stones and along hidden pathways. The rugged splendour of a Himalayan Glen contrasts with the beauty and tranquillity of the Chinese garden, the magnificence of an Egyptian Court with the formal layout of an Italian garden.


Biddulph Grange

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