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The Laburnums

The 1 acre garden is 25 year old and is packed with annuals, perennials, shrubs and trees and thousands of bulbs.Spring 2015 saw an extra 5,000 Snowdrops planted. The large pond has been completely refurbished and restocked with fish and plants.All year round colour ,spring bulbs, Hellebores and so much more. The conservatory houses citrus and many tender plants.

Plant stall with a variety of plants and bulbs. Newly restored pond and sunken garden. Daffodil walk and thousands of Snowdrops.

Sunday 25 March (11am - 5pm). Admission £4.50, children free. Light refreshments.
Hot/Cold drinks, cakes and hot soup.

Mrs Jane Bastow
01986 782413

Gravel drive. Partial wheelchair access to front garden. Steps to sunken garden. Concrete path in back garden.

How to find us

The Laburnums, The Street, St James South Elmham, Halesworth, Suffolk, IP19 0HN

6m W of Halesworth, 7m E of Harleston & 6m S of Bungay. Parking at nearby village hall. For disabled parking please phone to arrange. Yellow signs from 8m out.

More about The Laburnums

This garden has been created from an empty space over the last twenty five years, so that it has year round interest and is suitable to visit whatever the weather. There are at least 24 Laburnum trees in and around the garden. A guide to the garden including a tree list will be available.
This is a garden where there is always something round the next corner and plenty of seats to enjoy the views. There are local pubs for lunch but remember to leave room for the tea, cakes and soup!
There are three ponds, a sunken garden and two glasshouses. There will be a plant stall with a variety of bulbs and plants. This garden has been features in most of the local papers and in the online version of Landlove. Also in Garden News. The owner also holds a Chelsea Gold Medal.
Gravel drive. Partial wheelchair access to the front garden. Steps to the sunken garden. Concrete path to the back garden.
We will be open whatever the weather.

Click here to read The Garden Gate is Open blog on this garden