A Garden in the Glade

A Garden in the Glade

The Artle Beck branches off from the River Lune in north Lancashire, its waters tracing the path it etched into the land ages ago, when it created the valley that shelters Gresgarth Hall. Its thick walls and Gothic Revival tower might be a bit imposing, but the magnificent gardens surrounding the home offer an inviting counterpoint, with vibrant color that runs the spectrum from scarlet to indigo and benches tucked amid the blooms. Above: Yew hedges and exuberant herbaceous borders encircle a patch of lawn.

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