There is something new to discover in the gardens everyday
The Garden at Glebe is composed of different areas, each with its own special function and beauty. The practical yet pretty Potager contrasts with the slightly more formal Flower Garden, the boundary between the two being the quirky Waved Hedge. The natural abundance of the Meadow is reached via the curving grace of the Harold-Barry Walk which guides you along the old railway cutting, now a large sunken pond, home to copious wildlife. There are places to hide, plots to admire, and open areas to take in the views of Church Strand.