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About Hyde Hall

About Hyde Hall

The Dry Garden at Hyde Hall. Image: Marcus Harpur

A visit to the 360-acre Hyde Hall estate is unforgettable in any season and allows visitors to immerse themselves in nature.

Hyde Hall is in an area of Essex that has very low rainfall, and this factor, combined with the soil conditions and exposed nature of the site, makes it a challenging area for gardening.

A visit will show that by choosing the right plants for the right places and by working with the prevailing conditions, it is possible to create a garden of beauty.

Plant of the month

Plant of the month

Viburnum plicatum f. tomentosum 'Lanarth' has tiered, horizontal branches covered in showy heads of large white flowers. Admire it in the Hilltop Garden and alongside the Shrub Rose Border.

View our slideshow of what's looking good in the garden this month.

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