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Wretham Lodge

Wretham Lodge in Norfolk is a large, attractive, knapped flint house built in 1810 surrounded by 10 acres of garden.


Season:
Spring


Credits:
GAP Photos/Richard Bloom


Feature No:   898 

Qty of Images:    74 

 



 
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Synopsis
Mostly made up of lawns with extensive naturalised spring bulbs and plants like Daffodils, Bluebells and Cowslips and many large specimen trees. It is mainly a spring garden and is open in April for the National Garden Scheme when drifts of Tulips and Fritillaries can be seen along with Hellebores, Alliums and Erythroniums and many more plants. There is also a magnificent and large formal walled kitchen garden brimming with fruit and vegetables.

Divided into several borders by low, clipped Box hedging, vegetables grow alongside more ornamental plants like peonies and hellebores and mature apple trees in rows, underplanted with moreTulips. Close by there are chickens, geese and noisy guinea fowl too. Beyond the walled garden there are also a couple of more formal areas that the owners have recently created with clipped Yew pyramids and hedges with herbaceous borders within and long views to and from the house.

 

 

 
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