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Hidcote Gardens, Cotswolds, England, UK 3
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Hidcote Manor Garden in Gloucestershire was originally planned and created by Lawrence Johnson as a series of garden rooms. Down by the stream re-planting has taken place in 2010, it will need a little while to recover I guess.
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