Upton Wold, Moreton-in-Marsh
This is an ever-developing and changing garden, four miles from Moreton-in-Marsh, and owned by Mr and Mrs I R S Bond, that has been architecturally and imaginatively laid out around the 17th century house (not open). The garden has commanding views, yew hedges, a herbaceous walk, some unusual plants and trees, vegetables, a pond and woodland gardens, and National Collections of Juglans and Pterocarya. Upton Wolds’s garden was started from a bare piece of land in 1973. Created with the help of the landscape architect Hal Moggridge, the garden has matured into one of Gloucestershire’s finest gardens, and has been featured in newspapers and magazines. There is an abundance of interesting plants and shrubs, including cornus, drimys, roses and magnolias.