A seven acre woodland garden on acid soil in which rhododendrons and azaleas flourish, with walkways meandering throughout. With no pretensions to design, the eye popping colours combinations were randomly dropped throughout the walks making many astonishing combinations. Here are some pictures of these almost violent colours – a sight to behold.
Hales Hall Barn, Loddon, Norfolk, was the venue for Norfolk & Suffolk’s group of The Hardy Plant Society’s 20th year anniversary. The gardens at Hales Hall are framed by Tudor buildings, yew hedges, an interesting moat and the gardens are stocked with rare and interesting plants.
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