Glorious flowering rhododendrons can be viewed in May. The pathways will be edged with autumn flowering cyclamen. Plans are afoot to open up views of the park along with increasing the range of rhododendrons and azaleas.
Currently being renovated and overseen by Lady Somerleyton. Further beds have been added and planted up with Old English roses. Arches and obelisks will complete the garden creating an area full of scent and romance throughout the summer months.
Large lawns comprising a collection of towering trees are found all around the gardens, including Limes, Monterey pine, and a mighty Cedar of Lebanon which pre dates Nesfield’s Victorian garden.