Summer garden at Ormesby Hall
The sun is shining and our garden will soon be in full bloom, so come and visit to see summer take hold as the various flowers emerge.
Nature thrives during the summer months, especially within the flowers borders and wildflower meadows, which are a great oppurtunity to see nature at work with a variety of flying insects, buzzing bees and beautiful butterflies.
There are many hidden spots in the garden, which capture the beauty of summer and offer a place of peace and relaxation. So walk through the garden and venture into the spring garden and holly walk for some shade or head behind the marquee to find the perfect quiet picnic spot.
At Ormesby Hall we are gardening for nature. The summer highlight is the wildflower meadow in the Croquet Lawn borders, planted with poppies, rose campion, corn marigold and more. They add beautiful colour to the lawn and create a relaxing space and attract insects like bees and hoverflies, butterflies and moths in need of pollen. You can also discover for the first time the front lawn being left to grow into a wildflower meadow with picnic circles cut out as it grows. At their best - July - September