The gardens at Easton Lodge

The Gardens of Easton Lodge

Their discovery and renaissance

Written with Brian Creasey, the story of the rediscovery of the gardens of Easton Lodge, once the home of Daisy, the Countess of Warwick, socialist and mistress of Edward, Prince of Wales then Edward VII.

Brian bought and leased sixteen acres of land to uncover the Italian garden of Edwardian designer, Harold Peto, and the location of his pergolas and Japanese garden, and to preserve the arboretum created by Daisy’s son, Maynard.

The gardens are run by a trust and open to the public once a month in Spring and Summer. Find out more on the Easton Lodge website.

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