Henstead Exotic Garden
The two-acre garden was created from scratch 14 years ago by Mr Brogan, after he moved to the area from London.
And despite having no previous experience, Henstead Exotic Garden has grown into a tropical paradise attracting visitors from all over the world.
Previously catching the eye of TV’s Alan Titchmarsh, who spent a day filming for Britain’s Best Back Gardens, it has also appeared on BBC’s Gardeners’ World, in a book on the best inspirational gardens across the world and was recently used as a backdrop for a photo shoot by the Daily Express.
The garden boasts a colourful mixture of exotic plants and trees including delavayi, the largest evergreen leaved magnolia that you can grow outside, eucalyptus trees, red banana trees from Ethiopia and phyllostachys vivax bamboo which grows over a foot everyday and up to 35ft tall.