Set in the Wiltshire countryside in a hamlet 10 miles north-east of Bath, Ridleys Cheer is a quintessentially English garden designed and planted by the owners and is open to visitors throughout the year by prior email or telephone arrangement.

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 Cyclamen coum flower from December to March. Himalayan Daphne bholua Sir Peter Smithers in flower from The turn of the year to late March

Garden and Arboretum
The garden includes sweeping lawns with mixed shrub borders, formal box garden and potager, vegetable gardens, an arboretum and wild flower meadows. 
 
Magnolias, Acers, Daphnes and some 125 different roses, including climbers and tree ramblers form the key elements of the garden. Tree Peonies, Deutzias and Exochordas enhance the Spring climax.
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Delphiniums, Peonies and Orlaya grandiflora                                                                            Orlaya grandiflora in the wildflower meadow

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