Another afternoon out and this was a real treat, even if the weather was not as good as it could have been. Easton Walled Gardens near Colsterworth, Lincolnshire. These gardens were ‘lost’. The stately house that they had originally belonged to was demolished in 1951. The gardens were rediscovered in 2001 and with the hard work of Lady Ursula Cholmeley, wife of the present Baronet of Easton, the gardens have been restored; they are wonderful. There is so much to see. Everywhere you turn you discover something new; cottage garden, yew colonnade, rose gardens. There was everything. My pictures do not do the place justice, but suffice to say, it is a place that we will return to.