When I visited Munstead Wood and took these pictures back in April 2014, Annabel Watts was the Head Gardener and Munstead Wood was a private home. Now the National Trust have purchased Munstead Wood, I am looking forward to visiting the garden when it opens to the public. When I visit I will share my photos with you.

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