Winter gardens to remember - Sir Harold Hillier Garden, Hampshire

Interesting winter gardens are hard to find at this time of year, but the Sir Harold Hillier Garden near Romsey in Hampshire is an exception. And, if you visit this week, you'll be able to catch the "100 Years Remembering" exhibition of sugarpaste poppies in Jermyn House - all hand-crafted by Lyn Pearce and her students - to coincide with Remembrance Sunday.
Lyn Pearce and her students have handmade all the poppies, which look just like real flowers
There's still time to catch the autumn colours in the acer glade

 
Open daily except Christmas and Boxing Day, the gardens are open daily throughout the winter months from 10am to 5pm (last entry 4pm). Admission is £10.90 for adults; £9.90 concessions and children under five go free. 

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