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PLANT LABELS
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THE GARDEN
   The garden's layout, maps of the walks, colour photographs
THE ARBORETUM
   Background information, the Arboretum's layout and a list of our trees
VISITING
   When we're open and how to find us, with maps to print
HISTORY
  A brief history and background information

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The Arboretum

SUMMARY OF AREAS1 - THE HALL AND WALLED GARDENS2 - THE BORDERS AND WALKS3 - THE EAST PIGHTLE4 - THE WEST PIGHTLE5 - EAST OF VISTA6 - WEST OF VISTA7 - THE HOUSE IN THE WOODS8 - THE WINDBREAKCLICK HERE TO SEE OUR CATALOGUETHE NUTTERYCHERRY TREE TRIANGLEPLEACHED LIME WALKCHINACEDAR AREACEDAR AREA
The Bradenham Hall Arboretum comprises approximately 850 varieties - all of which are named. These include many rare and interesting specimens.


Summary of Areas

1-Hall & Walled Gardens
2-Borders & Walks
3-The East Pightle
4-The West Pightle
5-East of Vista
6-West of Vista
7-House in the Woods
8-The Windbreak

You can download our Tree, Shrub & Rose catalogue, which gives information on our garden layout - species, year of planting and a key referring to the areas in the map.

Planting catalogue (MSWord format - 600k+)
Use right-click and "save as" to download to your computer.


In spring there are extensive plantings of naturalised daffodils, of some 90 selective cultivars, which drift beneath the trees through part of the Arboretum.

Also of note is a very attractive area of Fritillarias.

Photograph
The Daffodils in Spring
by Marcus Harpur

Photo originally published by Jarrolds of Norwich