The rooms begin with a classic walled Herb Garden of the type that has been popular since Medieval times
Featuring comfortable, covered seating and raised plots of herbs used in medicinal, dying and culinary uses for a household.
The next "room" was the Elizabethan garden featuring a knot garden of short shrubs.
Next was the Victorian Garden with its formal plant plots and glass and iron green house, potting shed.
And what would a Victorian garden be without some opulent Calla lilies.
Last of the rooms was an lush Edwardian garden with a stone entrance gate. This room reminded me of the garden architecture of Edwin Lutyens and his famous collaborator and gardener, Gertrude Jekyll.
I couldn't resist shooting the mass of plants that will not yet sprouted let alone come into bloom back home in Canada.
A visit to this lovely series of garden rooms is a must for anyone with a love for growing or just admiring plantlife.