The Garden Guide

Longframlington Gardens

A nursery with a 12 acre garden and arboretum, developed since 1998.  There is rope art and a display about climate change.

Head Gardener's Comment

Extending to 12 acres – the design and style of Longframlington Gardens is informality, all year interest, and low maintenance. It is a purpose created garden for visitors to enjoy, planted with Hazel Huddlestons ever growing plant collection and living exhibition of plants, including thousands of different types of native and ornamental trees, shrubs, perennials, climbers, groundcover, herbs and rock garden plants

Photograph © Longframlington Gardens
Photograph © Longframlington Gardens


The gardens were started from a green field site in 1997. The planting has been carried out in phases, as new additions are made to the plant collection. see main website for picture gallery.

Plants of note

The garden is planted with a large range of 'garden makers' plants, to give seasonal change and all year interest planting schemes. It includes trees, shrubs, perennials, climbers, herbs, ground cover and rock garden plants.

Swarland Road, Longframlington, Morpeth, Northumberland, England, NE65 8BE

see main website for current details

see main website for current details

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