Castle Gardens -- Pictured below are just a few of the fine gardens that sing the praises of Hundred Oaks. (Please click here for photos of the gardens during the Spring of 2016.)
The featured garden at the Castle was designed by Rosemary Verey of Barnsley Gardens, England. Mrs. Verey, who visited Hundred Oaks Castle, was a personal friend of the Bramlett family and mentor to Robert, who lived and studied gardening with her in England.
The garden designed by Mrs. Verey is featured in a book by Kew Gardens, England, with a forward written by Prince Charles.
Pictured above: Kent's Garden within the Castle Courtyard, protected by strong brick walls during the day, sparkling with the magic of twinkling lights by evening.
Pictured above: Garden gates hint of a call from the wonders within.
The Chattin Garden
Pictured above: Spring at the Castle blooms with promise of life renewed in the side Boxwood gardens.
Pictured above: The same view of the Chattin Garden, in Autumn, offers a different palette for garden wanderers.
Pictured above: Edmond's Garden in the front of the Castle offers fairy trails around a trickling fountain.