Stagshaw Garden, located in Ambleside, Cumbria, England, is a lovely eight acre woodland garden on a steep hillside that overlooks Lake Windemere. It is known for its collection of flowering shrubs, including rhodedendrons and azaleas. There are also a few small waterfalls. It's really a nice place to visit.
The garden is open daily, April to June from 10:00 AM to 6:30 PM. From July to October, it is open by appointment only. Admission is 2.50 British pounds.
Waterfalls are a nice touch.ReplyDelete
I love gardens with water features!Delete
Man that looks pretty! I wanna go!ReplyDelete
If you like woodland gardens, this is definitely a pretty one!Delete
only April thru June without appt. Must plan carefully to see maximum azeala glory.ReplyDelete
Yes, it does require careful planning!Delete
Hi Sherry - it's a wonderful part of the world .. we used to go very often when I was tiny -ReplyDelete
Wonderful part of the world and Beatrix Potter's home used to be there .. the centre is open ..
I was not aware that Beatrix Potter's house was once there. Thanks for that tidbit of information!Delete
Thank you for stopping my blog!! I love flowers....glad to be a new follower!!ReplyDelete
Take care and talk to you soon!!
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The British seem to do everything right in my opinion.ReplyDelete
They certainly know how to garden!Delete
Hillside - means some exercise is involved.ReplyDelete
Yes. Bring your hiking shoes!Delete
i've been having issues with my hands going numb (i've had surgery once already) so i've been not visiting blogs as much. apologies for not stopping by like usual!ReplyDelete
Sorry to hear about your hands. Hope they get better soon. I'll try to stop by your blog more frequently. Sometimes I just don't get around as much as I'd like.Delete
Looks like the sort of place my Dad would like to visit. Too bad it's halfway across the world!ReplyDelete
Maybe he can take a little vacation.Delete