Great Thurlow Hall, Suffolk; an English idyll
Thirteen acres of beautiful gardens set around the River Stour in Suffolk, the banks of which are adorned with stunning displays of daffodil and narcissi together with blossoming trees in spring followed by billowing cow parsley in early summer. Join head gardener Stephen Moore and explore this beautiful garden with its informal riverside walks, cutting garden and beautiful borders:
A closer look
The garden at Great Thurlow Hall has been welcoming National Garden Scheme visitors for over 60 years. Developed in the middle of the last century by the present owner’s grandfather. There is a large walled kitchen garden which includes a vinery, berry cage, greenhouse, espaliered fruit and a variety of apple trees along with a mixed picking border and vegetable patches. The main garden has mixed borders, a rose garden, a gazebo, large lawns, yew hedges and arboretum.
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