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GARDEN GUIDE 4 - Hatfield House
GARDEN GUIDE 4 - Hatfield House

Woodland Garden

Well worthwhile is a walk down through the mature beech and oak trees.

Bluebells, wild flowers and narcissi cover the ground in the spring, and there is a growing collection of magnolias, camellias, prunus, sorbus and malus alongside the paths. Nineteenth century rhododendrons still survive, and there are many late-flowering shrubs like Styrax, Eucryphia Hoheria and Halesia as well as a magnificent hydrangea walk where many varieties of Hydrangea Paniculata line the grass paths to the fledgling Yew House.

The Garden is managed by Lady Salisbury and her small team of gardeners.

  • Woodland Walks & Park:
  • OPEN FROM 29TH MARCH
  • Restaurant:
  • OPEN FROM 3RD APRIL
  • Stable Yard:
  • Please check with retailers
  • West Garden:
  • OPEN FROM 3RD APRIL
  • Hatfield House:
  • OPEN FROM 3RD JUNE
Barry’s Bees - Hatfield House

Barry’s Bees

With all the external work on the bee sites in the winter months when the bees are...