Great Gardens: Gresgarth Hall

Multicolored herbaceous borders of Asters, Dahlias and Helianthus heighten the dramatic vision of a Gothic fourteenth-century house protruding from the depths of an English valley. Welcome to Gresgarth Hall, the impressive Lancashire country home of Arabella Lennox-Boyd since 1978.

The extraordinary gardens that surround the 11-acre estate are a product of Lennox-Boyd’s lifetime commitment to creating a wild and richly textured paradise for the senses. The Italian-born horticultural aesthete is an internationally renowned landscape designer who has completed both public and private commissions for the likes of musician Sting and the Serpentine Gallery in London’s Hyde Park.Nowness

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