The gardens at Beningbrough Hall
Discover the formal gardens, walled kitchen garden and herbaceous borders that make up the many gardens at Beningbrough
A labour of love
Double herbaceous border
A little piece of Italy
Bulbs, blossom and blooms
See 300,000 bulbs in the new ha-ha walk
Many visitors helped to mark the 300th year of the hall by helping to plant 300,000 bulbs to create a new walk along the south ha-ha. As winter turns to spring this area is swathed in seas of whites from snowdrops to pale purples of crocus and yellows of daffodils. Stretch your legs and soak in the views over the south parkland and beyond.
Bedding out Victorian style
The garden vision
Award winning garden designer Andy Sturgeon has been appointed to develop a long term vision for the formal gardens at Beningbrough. This vision will come to life over the next ten years. The 300,000 bulbs planted in the ha-ha walk are one of the first changes and the next major parts of the development are scheduled to start in autumn 2017 with the creation of the Pergola next to the restaurant - find out more about the garden visions here.