In 2014 the 18th Century Serpentine Walk was reinstated, following the route familiar to Jane Austen on her visits to her brother who lived at Goodnestone.
Lilies, salvias, penstemons, hemerocallis and scabious in borders, kniphofias, lavenders, agapanthus, foxgloves in the woodland garden.
The nursery is run by Francis Plumptre and concentrates on selling stock propagated from plants growing in the garden.
Coming next in the gardens, a new adaptation of Jane Austen’s Emma- Saturday 26 August 2017
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For the ultimate in fairy-tale romance, follow in the footsteps of Jane Austen’s brother and tie the knot at Goodnestone.
This exquisite privately owned stately home has recently been restored to critical acclaim.
A favourite place to stay for Jane Austen in the 19th century and the producer of Downton Abbey in the 21st. Available to hire for that special occasion.
Find out more at the Goodnestone Park website: www.goodnestone.com