The collection of small gardens created by the influential Dutch garden designer at her family's nursery now make up the public garden open to visitors. Some of the gardens are truly remarkable, all are interesting.
It was well worth the trek (long drive, really) through countryside that seemed an odd mix of agriculture and industry, at least to my eyes, and wasn't as "pretty" as the countryside around Munster and Osnabruck.
|Another angle of the same garden|
These photos aren't even close to evoking what it really felt like. Magical.
Her gardens were filled with our North American natives - I'm sure this will become a pattern.