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Sites with Type: Plantation

  • Scotland , Girvan

    Fragments of broad woodland strips survive at Balkeachy, planted during the first half of the 19th century. The layout consisted of a long axial strip running north-south, with other strips at right angles to it. The character and period of the layout are similar to that at another site, Tormitchell, and it is possible that both sites were experimental plantation landscapes.

  • England , Cranbrook

    Hush Heath Manor has extensive vineyards, which were established in 2002.

    Part/component of: Hush Heath Manor

  • England , Maidstone

    A vineyard was first recorded here in the Domesday Book. It lay unused for 500 years but is now once again in wine production.

    Part/component of: Leeds Castle

  • England , Peterborough

    Features of The Vineyard include an orchard and an enclosed garden.

  • England , Dunstable

    The Tree Cathedral is made from trees, shrubs and plants and was created after the First World War in the spirit of 'faith, hope and reconciliation'.