Ian and Barbara Pollard became famous after they shed their clothes and transformed their 16th century home and gardens into a sprawling public paradise of wild flowers.Their "Garden of Eden" mansion attracted nudists from around the world. But the couple are have now put up their stunning Wiltshire home of 20 years for sale after Mrs Pollard, 62, began divorce proceedings following an apparent argument. Speaking from Abbey House Gardens in Malmesbury, Wiltshire, Mr Pollard, 68, said: '
The long and short of it is that Eve is leaving the Garden of Eden.Quite simply my wife is divorcing me, which has resulted in the putting of the house and the gardens on the market. It is a real shame and I am very sad and angry about it. I'm a very hurt individual.'See the breathtaking photos below:
The Mayor of Malmesbury where the garden is located appealed for any prospective buyer to keep the gardens open.
'Abbey House Gardens are very important to the town and has brought in a lot of people to Malmesbury. It has put the town on the map,'