An elegant garden 'touched with antiquity' Good Gardens Guide. An unusual garden appealing to those with historical interest in individual collections of plant groups: March-old primroses, daffodils & Victorian double flowered hyacinths. first garden hellebores hybrids. May-old English tulips. Crown Imperials. Aug-Victorian pelargonium,heliotrope,calceolaria,dahlias. Author-Margery Fish's Country Gardening & Mary McMurtrie's Country Garden Flowers.
Historic Plants 1500-1900. The only bed of English tulips on display in the country. Author's books for sale.
Sunday 1 April, Sunday 6 May, Sunday 5 August, Sunday 12 August (2 - 5pm). Admission £3.00, children free. Home-made teas.
Refreshments in aid of Fordham Church Roof Restoration.
Visitors also welcome by arrangement March to August ( Best in March, early May, August. ). Admission £3.00, children free. Tea.
Flat garden with two optional steps. Lawns.
How to find us
Netherhall Manor, Tanners Lane, Soham, Cambridgeshire, CB7 5AB
6m Ely, 6m Newmarket. Enter Soham from Newmarket, Tanners Lane 2nd R 100yds after cemetery. Enter Soham from Ely, Tanners Lane 2nd L after War Memorial.
More about Netherhall Manor
A wide selection of historical plants, organic vegetables and poultry. Pre 1900. Tudor primroses, Victorian hyacinths, old English tulips, cultivars very rare Crown Imperials, calceolaria. heliotrope and pelargoniums.