An afternoon in Biddulph Grange Garden

Biddulph Grange Garden is another interesting National Trust site to visit close to the Peak District, in the heart of Staffordshire !

Biddulph Grange garden

This Victorian garden houses plants from all over the world, collected for over 20 years by James Bateman. There are different area in the garden, from each part of the world, and each area is hidden from each other behind rocks and shrubs. It’s quite nice to be able to walk not knowing what’s hidden around the corner.

Biddulph Grange garden

The Chinese garden is the first part of the garden we visited and the one I enjoyed the most.

Biddulph Grange garden

The Italian terraces that are connected by steps to each others were also stunning ! Apparently, the best season to visit is autumn, for its vibrant colours.

The weather was quite capricious that day, typical English weather but the visit of this garden of gardens was extraordinary !

Wander Mum
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63 responses to “An afternoon in Biddulph Grange Garden

  1. Ooh this is a National Trust place I’ve not been to – and I love the look of the Chinese garden. Definitely worth a visit.
    #citytripping

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