This weekend I went to visit Waddeson Manor, a Victorian Garden created by Ferdinand de Rothschild. Today, it is owned by the National Trust and is also supported by an endowment by the Rothschild’s family. This was another garden I was looking forward to visiting because of the extravagant display of horticulture.
Waddeson Manor has carpet bedding which is designed using a computer to layout the design of the bed. The design is already made in the trays so it can easily be placed into the bed. This task which could have taken more than a week to complete, can be finished in a day.
I was fortunate enough to enter the house so that I could attempt a shot of the gardens from a higher perspective. However, most of the curtains were closed to protect the tapestry collection.