Sandringham Estate

Location: Norfolk

Website: Sandringham Estate website

The private Norfolk retreat of Her Majesty the Queen, Sandringham is a sixty acre garden of mainly informal planting open to the public throughout the summer months. Landscaped by William Broderick Thomas in the 1880’s, the pleasure grounds include informal lakes and rockeries built by James Pulham. A stream walk and Woodland garden as well as formal hedges and an area of garden rooms surrounded by avenues of pleached limes designed by Geoffrey Gelicoe in 1947.

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