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Bryan's Ground Garden
Bryan’s Ground, superbly poised above the River Lugg, occupies some thirty acres of cherished pastoral land on the border between England and Wales, with meadows to the south and low protecting hills to the north.
When built in 1911–13 it was graced with a three-acre formal garden comprising several of the period’s Arts and Crafts signature components: sunken garden with circular water-lily pool and four surrounding flower beds, nascent yew and box topiary, a lengthy pergola for roses and the obligatory country-house tennis court.