Scotts of Thrapston invites you to see a Burghley Summerhouse at the special Haddonstone NGS Yellow Book Open Garden event on Saturday 5th and Sunday 6th August 2017, from 11am to 5pm.

The Haddonstone Show Garden is being opened as part of the National Garden Scheme’s Yellow Book again in 2017.

Haddonstone raised over £1,000 for the charity last year.  Adult admission, including East Haddon Hall, is £5.

The stunning Haddonstone Show Garden is located in the beautiful setting of the walled manor gardens in the heart of East Haddon village.

Haddonstone’s two acre show garden has developed as the company has expanded. The original show garden includes planters, fountains, statues, bird baths and sundials in a fabulous setting. The Jubilee Garden was opened in 1998 and includes a pavilion, temple and gothic grotto. An Orangery was constructed in 2002 and is a prominent feature on the main lawn. The Contemporary Garden opened in 2010 and the Statue Walk in 2011, and a wild flower meadow has now also been created.

Scotts of Thrapston is delighted to be a guest exhibitor for the weekend.  We will be displaying a Burghley summerhouse within the garden for this special event.

Please join Scotts of Thrapston at Haddonstone and enjoy the garden whilst taking the opportunity to speak to helpful experts regarding any garden or architectural projects. Further details available on the Haddonstone website.