Painting of Bressingham Hall by Shirley Hayes Held on Saturday 8th & Sunday 9th September 2018 This September weekend was the second of its type following last year’s 50th anniversary of Adrian Bloom’s Foggy Bottom garden. Apart from there being 17 acres of gardens which look as good in September as they do at any […]
The lucky winners of the Bressingham Hall 3-night stay prize draw were Tamar (seated second left in the front row) and her group of Unique Children’s Home staff, pictured with the Bressingham Gardens owner Adrian Bloom (back row second left) on a very warm summer’s day this week. Tamar is the lead psychotherapist at Unique […]
This American oak (Quercus rubra) seedling (above) was brought back from New England by Adrian some years ago. Collected at Walden Pond, Massachusetts. It is now a 20ft tree and has amazing autumn colour. As we have developed more autumn colour over the years, we will be extending the opening of the gardens until 12th […]
What’s in a name? Where did the name Foggy Bottom come from? It’s a bit more of a story than you might think! Adrian tells the story in the early chapters of one of his early books; ‘I first came across the name Foggy Bottom when working on a nursery in the USA in 1959 […]
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