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A bridge over troubled water? Doesn’t look very troubled to me…

A bridge too far? Not unless you live hundreds of miles from Bressingham Gardens in Norfolk!

Once in the gardens, follow the Foggy Bottom trail to the Foggy Bottom Garden and you’ll come to the bridge. If you haven’t been, you are in for a great (and this late in the year, a very enjoyable) surprise!

See our website for visiting details - pre-booking essential https://www.thebressinghamgardens.com/visit-us/
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Adrian reviews his plants in containers after heat and variable summer weather. These perennials and grasses make excellent container plants, and some attention now will keep them looking good until well into the autumn... ... See MoreSee Less

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You can see how this got its name 'Bright Eyes'! This is the first year the nursery has been able to offer this plant, Crocosmia ‘Walberton Bright Eyes’, which always attracts attention in Foggy Bottom. It was raised by the late David Tristram, who introduced some other first class plants too. You can buy it online from our plant shop here: https://www.thebressinghamgardens.com/shop/perennial/crocosmia-walberton-bright-eyes/ ... See MoreSee Less

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Bressingham Gardens is getting high tech? Well, not exactly, but using QR codes has been planned by us for some time. When visitors see something looking fantastic in the gardens, they can use the QR code on their smartphone and it takes them straight to the Bressingham Gardens Nursery online shop where, if they wish, they can place an order for the subject and other items. At this time of year delivery from our nursery is normally within 10 days.

Sounds good? Well this is really just a trial, and if successful we could widen the range of plants pictured with a QR code.

Come and visit us and see the QR code notices ... and make sure not to miss the gardens!
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Now is the peak of colour in Alan Bloom’s Dell Garden at The Bressingham Gardens. At this time of year, plants from South Africa and North America compete for vibrancy. In the foreground are the pale blue Agapanthus and scarlet-flowered Crocosmia, both bred in Britain but originating from South Africa. The bright yellow Coreopsis in the foreground is known as 'tickseed' which shouldn’t put you off … If you'd like to come and see the gardens for yourself, go to our website for info on booking a visit www.thebressinghamgardens.com ... See MoreSee Less

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  • “ A stunning garden, even as summer fades— the garden is still in full bloom! Amazing work”
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  • “A belated thank you for the excellent plants safely delivered for our order. In these unusual times it is a joy to read the newsletters and see pictures of the changing seasons in the gardens, which we have had the joy of visiting for over forty years.”

  • “I just wanted to say I received my mail order delivery today and it had brightened my week. The plants seem in such beautiful condition and I cannot wait to start building up my home garden a little more.”

  • “Thank you. The order was received in a good time and very pleased with the plants. I’m sure I’ll be back looking at your site again soon. Keep up the good work and stay safe.”

  • “Just a quick note to say that my plants arrived on Friday in very good order.  I planted them Friday afternoon and they are now settling in nicely.  Thank you so much and for great service in these difficult times.  It is so good to have our gardens to give us hope.  Stay safe all of you and thanks again.”

  • “Plants have arrived in perfect condition – excellent packing – thanks!”

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