Among gardeners, who does not have Artemisia x 'Powis Castle'? Here is the castle itself built in the 12th Century.
Built on a hill top with terraced gardens overhung with magnificent clipped yews. Imagine the work that must go into maintaining such hedges, their bizarre shapes formed by wind and weather. They were planted in 1640. At that age they really deserve to grow any way they like.
And the view from the top of the many terraces.
The more formal gardens lie below
A stunning arched arbor.
The Orangery sheltered below the upper terrace.
This striking combination of lime green Euphorbia and Parrot's beak, Lotus maculatus, in the front of this herbaceous border.