The approach to this garden was along a field drive lined with native Creeping Bellflower (Campanula rapunculoides).
We were greeted by Mr & Mrs D. Pugh who after visiting Beth Chatto’s garden were so impressed, had decided to convert an area of their garden to gravel, the focal point being a large circular dry garden. This was planted with drought tolerant plants including grasses, salvias, eryngiums and edged with many low growing self seeders.
Several walkways led to a garden of pergola, showing many roses and clematis edged with rich borders of colour. A feature being a huge pot of agapanthus.
It was pleasing to be able to purchase plants seen in the garden with added advice from our charming hostess.