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Manor Farm, Coston

Barnham Broom

Wonderful 3 acre country garden set in larger estate. Several small garden rooms with both formal and informal planting. Climbing roses, walled kitchen garden, white, grass and late summer themes, classic herbaceous and shrub borders, box parterres and large areas of wildflowers. Various sculptures dotted round the garden. Dogs and picnics most welcome. 1 mile field walk. Something for everyone.
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    A garden that has slowly evolved over the last 20 years, each year a new project brings something different. Old walls provide plenty of space for many climbing roses. The borders are filled with classic herbaceous plants interspersed with annuals to add further interest. Beech, hornbeam and box hedges add formality and give winter structure to the planting as well as being used to define the different rooms in the garden. A couple of small box parterres are now established, one planted with white lavender, teucrium and French lavender. The walled veg garden is divided formally with old sleepers and a box centre piece and new Victorian style glasshouse. Wildflower meadows both front and rear of the house takes the formal into the informal planting and is alive with bees & insects in the summer. There are two very ornate copper tree fountains in the late summer garden and a few other sculptures lurking elsewhere in the garden for you to find,a large study of Peter Pan is particularly stunning and wonderful for children. Delicious home made teas will be provided but please feel free to bring a picnic and find a peaceful spot to lunch. Dogs are most welcome and there is a field walk of approx 1 mile to enjoy.

Manor Farm, Coston- Canceled

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Mr & Mrs J D Hambro

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Manor Farm, Coston
Coston Lane
Coston
Barnham Broom
Norfolk
NR9 4DT

10m W of Norwich.
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    Off B1108 Norwich - Watton Rd. Take B1135 to Dereham at Kimberley. After approx 300yds sharp L bend, go straight over down Coston Lane, house & garden on L.
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Some gravel paths and steps.

More about Manor Farm, Coston

A garden that has slowly evolved over the last 20 years, each year a new project brings something different. Old walls provide plenty of space for many climbing roses. The borders are filled with classic herbaceous plants interspersed with annuals to add further interest. Beech, hornbeam and box hedges add formality and give winter structure to the planting as well as being used to define the different rooms in the garden. A couple of small box parterres are now established, one planted with white lavender, teucrium and French lavender. The walled veg garden is divided formally with old sleepers and a box centre piece and new Victorian style glasshouse. Wildflower meadows both front and rear of the house takes the formal into the informal planting and is alive with bees & insects in the summer. There are two very ornate copper tree fountains in the late summer garden and a few other sculptures lurking elsewhere in the garden for you to find,a large study of Peter Pan is particularly stunning and wonderful for children. Delicious home made teas will be provided but please feel free to bring a picnic and find a peaceful spot to lunch. Dogs are most welcome and there is a field walk of approx 1 mile to enjoy.

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