Felbrigg Hall

Our Halfterm in Norfolk started with an National Trust property an hour away from our caravan. It’s maybe fifteen years or so since we last came this way and it was interesting to see the walled garden still in bloom. It certainly feels warmer than our normal winter visits to Norfolk.

We went round the hall wearing our masks and went round the grounds several times over. The walled garden was the last place on our tour and there was lots to take in. The doocot is one of the most dramatic I’ve seen. The microclimate in the garden also means it does have a lot of subtropical plants. I wish I could use the heat we get in our garden but I am still learning how to keep plants alive…

I didn’t pick up a brochure so I may need to read up on the plant varieties when we get home…

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