Haddonstone Show Garden
Scotts of Thrapston invites you to view our Burghley Summerhouse at the special Haddonstone NGS Yellow Book Open Garden event on Saturday 14th and Sunday 15th July 2018, from 11am to 5pm.
Haddonstone raised over £1,000 for the charity last year. Adult admission, including East Haddon Hall, is £5. The stunning Show Garden is located in the beautiful setting of the walled manor gardens in the heart of East Haddon village.
Haddonstone as a company has expanded over the years, as a result, the two-acre show garden has also developed. The original show garden includes planters, fountains, statues, bird baths and sundials in a fabulous setting. In addition to this, the Jubilee Garden opened in 1998 and includes a pavilion, temple and gothic grotto. The construction of an Orangery in 2002 is a prominent feature on the main lawn. In addition to the Orangery, 2010 saw the opening of the Contemporary Garden, followed by the Statue Walk in 2011. Visitors to Haddonstone can now also enjoy a newly planted wild flower meadow.
As a guest exhibitor for the weekend, we are delighted to be displaying our 2.4m Burghley summerhouse within the garden for this special event. Join us and the stunning garden, whilst taking the opportunity to speak to helpful experts regarding gardening or architectural projects.