The garden at The Elms was originally planted around 1980 and included the Golden Elms along with many of the more established trees. The Rose garden was established about 1994, and has approximately 90 bushes.
The original house was demolished and another rebuilt in 2001. During the building works, much of the garden had to be removed to a temporary nursery set up at the northern end of the property.
Landscaping, designed by Jim Fogarty, was completed in June 2005 and has brought about the significant garden that exists today.
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