Hindringham Hall Gardens
Looks wonderful. Four acres of gardens within and without the 12th century moat surrounding a Tudor Manor House.
The gardens at Hindringham Hall are really worth seeing. Many different environments have led to diverse plantings. There is a working walled vegetable garden with central herb parterre on a south facing slope.
Snowdrop, bluebell and cyclamen are grown under the large chestnut trees and there is a daffodil walk between the Moat and medieval fishponds with more than 32 varieties. Decking leads into a marshy quagmire where various bog plants thrive. A stream garden is planted with Hosta, hemerocallis, hellibores and hundreds of primula.
The Hall and surrounding pergolas are clad with roses, wisteria and clematis. There are formal flower beds on the West Lawn which is separated from the Wild Garden by a Victorian Nut tunnel. September heralds the flowering of the Autumn border and a carpet of colchicum. Vegetables are propogated first in an Edwardian greenhouse and any surplus is available for sale in the Tearoom.
2019- Hindringham Hall and Garden - Wednesday morning and Sunday afternoon from April to October. Disabled access for wheelchairs that can cope with gravel. Tea room. Plant sales. Guided tours of House and Gardens by appointment.
See website for all opening details.
Lots of other beautiful gardens nearby, visit the rest of our guide.
- Street: Hindringham Hall, Blacksmiths Lane
- Postcode: NR21 0QA
- City: Hindringham
- County: Norfolk
- Country: United Kingdom
- Telephone: 01328 878226
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