The sun was shining on the National Trust property, Claremont Landscape Garden and it was a sight to behold. The first garden was created in 1715 and in 1726, Claremont was described as 'the noblest of any in Europe'. I see it as a little gem in our wee corner of the world. We wandered, meandered and pondered during our visit. The Camellia Terrace is coming into it's own with rhododendrons and azaleas following. We finished our stroll with tea at the cafe. We look forward to picnic lunches by the lake in the coming months. If you find yourself in Surrey and are looking to take a nice leisurely stroll while enjoying the beauty around you...be sure to stop in at Claremont.