Tintinhull Garden

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Tintinhull Garden

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Tintinhull is a delightful and intimate garden, created in the 1930s and divided into separate areas by walls and clipped hedges. Domes of box line the path leading from the west front of the 17th-century house (not open to visitors) to the different ‘rooms’, each with its own character. Particularly beautiful are the azalea garden, the fountain garden - with its white-flowering and silver plants around a central pool - and the charming kitchen garden, where the paths are edged in catmint and espaliered fruit trees flank the walls.

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