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Easton Walled Gardens. Visit Website. Easton Walled Gardens is a 400 year old horticultural haven set in the heart of the Lincolnshire countryside. The house was demolished in 1951 and the gardens slowly abandoned. Work began on their revival in 2001 and the grounds now include meadows, vegetable and cottage garden, a pickery, alpine bed, sweet peas, roses, borders and drifts of bulbs especially snowdrops and spring flowers As well as glorious surroundings there are delicious homemade teas and light lunches to enjoy in our award winning tearoom, masses of space for children to run in and a well stocked shop selling plants, our own seed range and gifts. Itís not just people that are welcome here! The gardens are managed to create different habitats for butterflies, birds, mammals and wildflowers to flourish. The rose meadows, terraces and cedar meadow provide sanctuary for wildlife and the river draws a diverse number of animals and birds. Adults £7 Children £3.

The steps with long grasses.

Across the Terrace.

Part of the Long Border.

Sitting by the Long Border.

Long Border Gateway.

Snowdrop week.

Sweetpea week.

The Bridge.

Vegetable Garden.

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