Three stunning gardens to welcome visitors this September
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Three gardens will be welcoming visitors this September for the National Garden Scheme in Norfolk.
Greenways in Hindringham will be opening for the first time on September 8 and 9.
Its owners were previously at Daisy Cottage and their love of wildlife - including chickens and ducks - continues in this one acre garden together with plenty of perennial beds and borders.
High House Gardens, in Shipdham, opens on September 9 and 12.
Here visitors can admire late summer borders.
Owner Sue Nickerson will be selling a range of plants from her garden and will also be on hand with expert advice.
Hindringham Hall will open its grounds on September 30.
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This garden surrounds the Tudor manor house, complete with a 12th century moat, bog, and stream gardens. There will also be access to three acres of Medieval fishponds and a kitchen garden.
More information can be found at www.ngs.org.uk.