About the Garden
The Bishop of Norwich's historic private garden is full of delights such as herbaceous borders, a small woodland walk, bee hives and more.
The garden is run organically and includes a herb garden, long herbaceous borders, ‘jungle’ walk, large wildflower labyrinth and fruit orchard, extensive shrubberies containing many rare and unusual plants, among these being a Hebe planted from a sprig taken from Queen Victoria’s wedding bouquet in 1840. There is a kitchen garden, a bamboo walk and a popular plant sales area, and the garden continues to evolve with new plants and features being introduced year by year.
A small volunteer group give help in the garden and we also take on a number of work experience students each year to aid them with their practical experience.
If you wish to visit the garden on open days, there is a small pay and display car park outside the entrance and a larger pay and display car park a few further yards down, just off Bishopgate and opposite the Adam and Eve pub.