Exbury Gardens

Exbury Gardens is a famous garden in Hampshire, England, which belongs to a branch of the Rothschild family. It is situated in the village of Exbury, just to the east of Beaulieu across the river from Bucklers Hard.

The garden is well known mostly for it’s Rhodedendrons, Azeleas and Cameleas. It covers a phenomenal 200-acre and belongs to part of the Rothschild family.

We had a fantastic walk around there on yet another really warm day, so I didn’t take a huge number of photos, however I was pleased enough with what I did take.

3 Comments

  1. It sounds and looks like a wonderful garden to walk around for a while. Wish you had taken some more photos but because of the warm weather, it’s understandable 🙂

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