A path winds under an arch of climbing Constance Spry roses to a colorful herbaceous border, set against a wall. Such arches are a common feature of the gardens at Barkby Hall near Leicester, which has been owned by the Pochin family since the 15th century. | Location: Barkby Hall, near Syston, Leicestershire, England, UK.
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