RHS Hyde Hall Garden, near Chelmsford
RHS Hyde Hall - a great garden created on a very difficult site.
RHS Hyde Hall near Chelmsford - a great garden creation.
In 1955 when Dr and Mrs Robinson came to Hyde Hall there were only six trees on the top of a windswept hill and no garden. If they had known then what they soon learned, it is very doubtful that the garden would have been made!
The site was cold and windy, the top of the hill was covered in gravel and the soil on the slopes comprised a sticky clay. The Hyde Hall site has been transformed!
What to see now at RHS Hyde Hall Garden:
- Courtyard Garden
- Birch Grove
- Winter Garden
- Clover Hill and Lake
- Australian and New Zealand Garden
- Queen Mother's Garden
- Dry Garden
- Upper Pond and Farmhouse Centre
- Herbaceous Borders
- Vegetable Garden
- Rose Garden & Rope Walk
- Woodland Garden
- Sky Meadow
- Lower Pond
- Reservoir and bird hide
- Wild Wood
Hyde Hall Gardens Opening Times - see latest information by visiting website.
Restaurant, visitor centre, shop, plant sales, disabled access.
- Telephone: 01245 400256
- Street: RHS Garden Hyde Hall
- Postcode: CM3 8ET
- City: Rettendon, Chelmsford
- County: Essex
- Country: United Kingdom
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