Howick Hall Garden, England

This evening, I am posting information and images on Howick Hall Gardens, Northumberland, England.

The mansion dates from 1782-1809 and is associated with the Earls Grey, one of whom was a British Prime Minister and introduced the Earl Grey tea blend.

Howick is about forty miles north of Newcastle-upon-Tyne in N.E.England.

Howick Hall s surrounded by a magnificent garden which produces a cycle of changes and colours throughout the year, from subtle greens to vibrant reds. Features include:

  • Snowdrops
  • Daffodils
  • Rhododendrons
  • Camelias
  • Magnolias
  • Tulips
  • Wild flower meadow
  • Herbaceous borders.
  • Bog gardens.

Howick Hall, Northumberland, England

 

Howick Hall Gardens, Northumberland, England

Wild flower meadow, Howick Hall Northumberland

Howick Hall Garden, Northumberland, England

Howick Hall Garden, Northumberland, England

Howick Hall Garden, Northumberland, England

Howick Hall Garden, Northumberland, England

Howick Hall Garden, Northumberland, England

Howick Hall Garden, Northumberland, England

Howick Hall Garden, Northumberland, England

Howick Hall Garden, Northumberland, England

Howick Hall Garden, Northumberland, England

Howick Hall Garden, Northumberland, England

Howick Hall Garden, Northumberland, England

Howick Hall Garden, Northumberland, England

Howick Hall, Garden, Northumberland, England

Howick Hall Garden, Northumberland, England

Howick Hall Garden, Northumbeerland, England

 

 

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