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Tattenhall Hall, Cheshire, is a plant enthusiasts garden around Jacobean house. It is open through the National Gardens Scheme. Covering four and a half acres, visitors can enjoy wild flower meadows, a large pond and stream, a walled garden and colour themed borders. There is also a spinney walk with shade plants, a yew terrace overlooking a meadow which was once a large millpond. The garden seems to merge with adjacent hills, providing views to the nearby Peckforton Hills.
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Tattenhall Hall - May
Tattenhall Hall, Cheshire, is a plant enthusiasts garden around Jacobean house. It is open through the National Gardens Scheme. Covering four and a half acres, visitors can enjoy wild flower meadows, a large pond and stream, a walled garden and colour themed borders.  There is also a spinney walk with shade plants, a yew terrace overlooking a meadow which was once a large millpond. The garden seems to merge with adjacent hills, providing views to the nearby Peckforton Hills.