Daffodil Area

Daffodil Area at Hindringham Hall, Norfolk
"Paradise regained"
- Stephen Lacey, Beautiful Britain
"Water-encircled harmony"
- Annie Green-Armytage, Landscape
“A blossoming romance”
- Tim Longville, Period Living
"Hidden and Romantic"
- Roger Last, Norfolk Gardens
“Perfect in every detail”
- Leslie Geddes-Brown, Country Life
"Secret Garden"
- Uniquely Away Summer
"Amongst 12 of Best Secret Gardens in the UK"
- Tania Pascoe, Guardian
"Inspirational gardens from around the world"
- Claire Takacs, Dreamscapes
“The impressive garden of a 15th century moated house… where old meets new”
- Jackie Bennett, The English Garden
"Dream gardens"
- Widget Finn, Gardens Illustrated

The daffodil area was originally a road. It was on this ancient roadway that the carp and eel were loaded into carts for the Prior’s table in Norwich or Binham. Today it is an unbroken mass of 32 varieties of daffodil (best seen in early April), followed by a white carpet of cow parsley.

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