The gardens at Beningbrough Hall
Discover the formal gardens, walled kitchen garden, herbaceous borders and recently introduced Pergola, all of which make up the many, varied gardens at Beningbrough.
A labour of love
We’ve reached the second exciting and most significant development yet for Beningbrough’s garden transformation, the planting of the new Pergola. In spring 2018, the garden team of staff and volunteers started planting the shrubs that will bring this sunny spot to life. The Wisteria 'Alba' is in its infancy now, but holds all the promise for this tranquil area of the gardens.
The 300,000 bulbs planted along the ha-ha walk in autumn 2016 were the first changes introduced as part of award winning garden designer Andy Sturgeon's garden vision for Beningbrough.
Read more about the garden vision project.
Double herbaceous border
A little piece of Italy
Bulbs, blossom and blooms
Bedding out Victorian style
A stroll around Beningbrough's Walled Garden will take you through the historic pear arch, under the vines in the greenhouse and passed the growing produce.
Over 50 varieties of apples & pears, plus many other fruits & vegetables, are cultivated using traditional methods in two acres of enclosed kitchen garden. Harvested produce like the Beetroots below are used in the restaurant and surplus sold through the shop.