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Parham Kitchen Garden Autumn

The walled kitchen garden of Parham Hall dates from the 18th century and is unusual as it has serpentine or 'crinkle-crankle' walls. This is a perfect example of a kitchen garden we all would like to own.


Season:
Autumn


Credits:
GAP Photos/Juliette Wade


Feature No:   2422 

Qty of Images:    77 

 



 
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Synopsis
The owners Sue and Adam Paul have restored this garden and planted it up with heritage fruit varieties especially apples and pears. The garden is in full food production throughout the year. It is also beautifully maintained, featuring immaculate lawns, tidy edges, antique garden equipment, tasteful details, all season flower borders and a beautiful tunnel walk, cutting flowers and a restored 18thc glass greenhouse but retains a genuine 'well loved lived in' quality. The garden is beautiful throughout the year but at its peak in September when the fruit ripens.

 

 

 
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