Category Archives: Biddulph

Biddulph Grange Country Park — Photo-art gallery

Biddulph Grange Country Park

Biddulph is a town situated between Stoke-on-Trent in Staffordshire and Congleton in Cheshire, England. It is famous for Biddulph Grange Gardens that have recently been restored to its former glory by the National Trust, and that visitors can pay to walk around. Just half a mile away from the Gardens is Biddulph Grange Country Park, […]

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Spotlight on Biddulph Grange

Last week’s post on the Geological Gallery at Biddulph was, I hope, something of an insight in to the mindset of James Bateman its creator in the mid-19thc. Today’s is designed to look at the gardens he created there, partly because both he and his wife were passionate about plants but partly as a reinforcement of […]

via A Walk Around the World — The Gardens Trust

Spotlight on Biddulph Grange – Orchids, Ferns, Fossils and the Great Flood

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Biddulph Grange

We often hear that grand gardens cost money: it’s as true as the old cliché which says “money talks.” But there is a world of difference between a grand garden and a great one. Great gardens develop when that money meets vision, enthusiasm, knowledge – and a gardener. In the garden I’m going to talk about […]

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