C19 landscape garden to former private asylum in the style of classical mansion, now subdivided and partly built over: wooded drive with mature oak and yew; undulating lawn with mature copper beech, cedar and yew; shrubbery walk; derelict belvedere 1930s; stone alcove; remains of fruit and vegetable gardens; five separate estate houses for wealthy inmates. The layout of principal building copied at Northwoods. South Gloucestershire (qv).
Also known as Long Fox Manor.
Now private apartments.
Hospital garden 1926-27 in memory of Harold Edgar Melville Wills (d.1925) in style of garden at Bracken Hill House, North Somerset (qv), on early C19 garden of Cotham House: lodge and drive early C19; formal rose garden with pond, fountain, paved areas, terraces and stone walls; winding gravel walks through extensive Pulhamite rockeries; water gardens, now disused; mature specimen trees; sunken kitchen garden now with temporary buildings; tennis court on part of former rockery.
Whiteladies Road Conservation Area.
Zoological garden 1835 by Richard Forrest of Millers
Nursery: perimeter and winding walks; lake and island;
terrace with specimen trees and shrubs, display beds;
herbaceous border 1936; rock garden 1896, altered
1926 by Gavin Jones of Letchworth, extended post
1966 with rocks from Hollywood Tower, South
Gloucestershire (qv) in semi-Oriental style with pools
and statue; varied temperate and tropical planting, all
Clifton Conservation Area.