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The Savill Garden
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The Savill Garden is a 35-acre haven of gardens, woodland and seasonal displays.
Commissioned by George V and created by Eric Savill in 1932, this special place has delighted nature lovers, photographers, friends and families. Generations of plant-hunters have brought back numerous specimens to be nurtured here. From the Himalayan flowers of the Winter Beds to the fragrant summer roses, whenever you visit, there will be something special to see.
Visit The Savill Garden and you will be connecting with Royal history from the original Weeping Willow tree that still stands today to many others including:
• The award-winning Queen Elizabeth Temperate House opened by Queen Elizabeth II in 1995
• The Golden Jubilee Garden – This modern representation of the much-loved cottage garden was opened by Elizabeth II in July 2002
• The Rose Garden opened by Elizabeth II in July 2010. You will enjoy the intensity of the colours and the perfumes as you weave your way to the centre of the garden to a walkway that treats you to a very different view of this spectacular setting.
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