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Hoveton Hall

There is a fairytale quality about the walled garden at Hoveton Hall, from the moment the latticed Spider Gate swings open to reveal a flinted cobweb motif held captive by borders spun from gossamer-like flowers, ready to entrap dew drops.


GAP Photos/Nicola Stocken

Feature No:   4757 

Qty of Images:    89 


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‘Walking through in early morning, you are hit by the colours of roses and peonies, dew on neatly mown grass and, more importantly, the stillness of early summer punctuated by bird song — and, for a short while, all your worries melt away,’ says Harry Buxton who, with his wife Rachel and their four children, is the latest generation to care for the 620-acre Norfolk estate. The walled gardens are woven into a tapestry of woodland and farmland, lakes and parkland, a magical place where Harry and his sisters spent their childhood.



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