Scampston Walled Garden

I was lucky enough to cover a shoot at Scampston Walled Garden a couple of years ago for Country Living Magazine. This wonderful garden is set within the walls of the original kitchen garden for Scampston Hall. The garden was derelict for nearly fifty years when Sir Charles and Lady Legard started a huge restoration project with the help of garden designer, Piet Oudolf. This garden looks stunning during late summer and well worth the visit to North Yorkshire.

The Perennial Meadow showing the Conservatory

The Perennial Meadow

The Perennial Meadow

Perennial Meadow

Seed heads of Phlomis russeliana in the Perennial Meadow

Drifts of Molinia caerulea ssp caerulea ‘Poul Petersen’ and Phellodendron chinense ( Chinese Cork Tree ) in the middle

Drifts of Molinia caerulea ssp caerulea ‘Poul Petersen’ and Phellodendron chinense ( Chinese Cork Tree ) in the middle

The Serpentine Garden

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