East Bergholt Place Garden

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Garden Category: East Anglia

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  • East Bergholt Place Garden covers 20 acres and was laid out at the turn of the century by Charles Eley, great grandfather of the present owner. A fine collection of trees and shrubs, many of which are rarely seen in East Anglia and originate from the great plant hunters such as George Forest. It is the home of {Malus} _ {purpurea} ‘Eleyi’ and has been called a ‘Cornish Garden in Suffolk’. Of greatest interest is a collection of trees known as the ‘Swale’, around a gentle valley with a small brook running down the middle.The Garden is particularly beautiful in spring when the many mature rhododendrons, magnolias and camellias are in full flower. There are also topiary hedges, ornamental ponds and a camellia walk. A large range of plants can now be bought from within the walled garden. Restoration and replanting continue.

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