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The garden in Statham Avenue, Lymm, Cheshire, seen here photographed in early June. It has evolved over the last 30 years under the care of the current owners. The problems caused by the garden's steeply rising slope have been solved by developing several levelled sections.
These have allowed for the creation of colourful open sunny beds contrasting with a number of shady secret places.
Vibrant Azaleas and Rhododendrons combine with deep borders filled with Peonies, Alliums, Gunnera, Irises and a range of other herbaceous plants and shrubs.
The garden also has a beautifully designed greenhouse and kitchen garden area, as well as a number of patio areas with seating. Wirework pieces created by Angela Sidwell, are placed strategically around the garden, including an enigmatic seated figure.
Walking to the top of the garden takes visitors up 'Thomas's Steps' below the Bridgewater towpath, with a gate opening onto the canalside itself.
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Statham Avenue Garden - June
The garden in Statham Avenue, Lymm, Cheshire, seen here photographed in early June. It has evolved over the last 30 years under the care of the current owners. The problems caused by the garden's steeply rising slope have been solved by developing several levelled sections.<br />
These have allowed for the creation of colourful open sunny beds contrasting with a number of shady secret places.<br />
Vibrant Azaleas and  Rhododendrons combine with deep borders filled with Peonies, Alliums, Gunnera, Irises and a range of other herbaceous plants and shrubs.<br />
The garden also has a beautifully designed greenhouse and kitchen garden area, as well as a number of patio areas with seating. Wirework pieces created by Angela Sidwell, are placed strategically around the garden, including an enigmatic seated figure. <br />
Walking to the top of the garden takes visitors up 'Thomas's Steps' below the Bridgewater towpath, with a gate opening onto the canalside itself.