The Walled Garden Baumber.

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The Walled Garden. Visit Website. Goulceby, LN9 5NL The Walled Garden Baumber is a nineteenth-century walled garden, that once belonged to the former Stourton Hall. It is a rare example of a double walled garden, and covers just under four acres. It is now privately owned by the Elton family who live in the former Head Gardener's cottage. Restoration of the walls and buildings began in 2006 and planting of the garden began in 2013. The garden features a series of surprisingly non-traditional areas including a natural swimming pond, grasses, palms and the newly designed ''Tropical House".

Situated on the edge of the Lincolnshire Wolds, The Walled Garden Baumber is an innovative and exciting change from the traditional Victorian kitchen garden. In order to share this unusual project, the gates were opened to the public for the first time in May 2016. Little did the family realise how popular the garden would prove, and the enthusiastic and positive feed-back from visitors resulted in the development of the "Potting Shed" tea room and extensive plant sales area.

Bridge.

The old wall.

The Cabin.

Within the walls..

The beach huts.

The main border.

Outside the cafe.

Inside the cafe.

Lilies on the pond.

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