Myddelton House Gardens, the life-long home of E A Bowles, was salvaged from disrepair with a Heritage Lottery Fund in 2011 and restored to tell the story of the famous botanist’s life and gardening style.
Grounds in winter and in spring carpeted of Crocusand drapes of Wisteria flowers take centre stage. In the summer the kitchen garden offers bountiful yields and colourful cut flower beds. In autumn we watch in awe as the autumn colour offers red, orange and golden hues. Among the gardens are artefacts of local and national interest such as a part of Old London Bridge and the Enfield Market Cross.