The Bishop's GardenPosted on 4th May 2011
The Bishop's Garden, Norwich
Described as one of Norwich's "hidden secrets", the 4-acre garden in the grounds of the city centre home of the Bishop of Norwich has belonged to the House of Bishops for over 900 years.
Featuring two fruit cages in the organic kitchen garden and much, much more, the garden has a surprise around every corner! Featuring large traditional herbaceous borders, a small woodland walk, boxed rose beds, a long shade border with hostas, meconopsis and tree ferns along with a large wild grass labyrinth, extensive shrubberies containing many rare and unusual plants and plenty of other facets, the garden is open to the public on several dates throughout May, June and July.
You'll also find examples of Harrod Horticultural Heavy Duty Steel Fruit Cages in the Organic Kitchen Garden and the very popular plant sales held on open days are a great way of adding to your own garden collection.
To find out more about The Bishop's Garden and it's incredible history timeline, we thoroughly recommend you visit The Bishop's Garden website.
THE BISHOP'S GARDEN, NORWICH
Bishop's Garden, Norwich, Norfolk NR3 1SB
Timber Cold Frame
Roman Arch Pergola
Steel Square Column Obelisk x3
Steel Pyramid Obelisk x2
"The new pyramid obelisks from you are fabulous. Surrounded by delphiniums,alliums and later with dahlias"
Simon Gaches, Head Gardener
Garden Bench x 1
Arch Fence System x 2
Harrod Superior Bean Frame
*PLEASE NOTE THAT NO PRODUCTS ARE FOR SALE AT THE GARDEN SHOP