The English Garden

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The view is pretty incredible, looking east from the outer limits of the city of Bath over a classically southern English valley landscape of lush green farmland and woods. An impressive setting is now accompanied by a unique new garden, as paths and areas of lawn sweep around large clumps of perennials and roses. It is a bolder, more emphatic, indeed more muscular, style of planting than we are perhaps used to.

The American Museum & Gardens at Claverton Manor has long been popular with visitors, and is an opportunity to appreciate a collection of art and

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