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The garden created by Judith Clarke is being re-worked after her death in April 2008. The work will take about 2 years to produce a low maintenance garden. Visitors are invited to see the work in progress and to purchase plants.
Beechwood, North Walsham
Aylsham North Walsham North Norfolk Coast
This garden created by Judith Clarke since the year 2000 is on a scale that everyday gardeners can relate to as it was created by her and her husband in a relatively short space of time. The garden is divided into different themed areas from dry gravel, to dry shade, to traditional herbaceous, to shrub sweeps, to exotic. The propagation of plants using polytunnel means that everything in the garden has actually been grown there on site. There is also a Betula Utilis and Corylus Avalana copse underplanted with Narcissus, Fritillaria, Anemones and Endyminions which were planted in 2000.
Originally three farmworkers cottages on the low bank of the flood plain of a tributary of the River Bure. Although owned by the family since 1970, serious gardening did not really begin until, with early retirement in 1999 and 2001, they decided to concentrate on creating a beautiful garden along with a business selling plants cultivated there.