Helmingham Hall Gardens - Birthday visit

Helmingham Hall is a spectacular place to visit and I have visited several times. On my birthday, Rosey took me back to wander the beautiful gardens (and buy me lunch!) as a birthday treat - it was lovely. Many events are held here during the year, but just walking around the estate and gardens is well worth a visit.

The moated hall, built in 1510 and still occupied by the the Tollomache family, the family that built it originally.

A couple of the sculptured shrubs in the walled garden

A mass of beautiful Allium

A general view of one of the many pathways

Close up of Allium head

Love In A Mist


Not sure of the name of this flower

Lovely white roses

All in all a lovely walk around the gardens followed by lunch in the Cafe - thanks Rosey!


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