Longframlington Gardens is being created by Hazel Huddleston M.I.Hort – as a multi-tasking centre for horticulture plants and gardens. It offers a wonderful place to visit, whether looking for plants to buy for your own garden, looking for a unique garden to visit, or just wanting a beautiful place to find a coffee shop.
Established since 1998 from originally green pasture fields, Longframlington Gardens is being developed in phases. It is being created as a garden to inform and to enjoy with over 1000 different types of trees shrubs and perennials currently planted. The Garden & Arboretum Walk gives you the opportunity to take in the plant collection and the seasonal changes of the planting schemes, in this ‘ Living Exhibition of Plants ’- An informal plantswomans garden set in the peaceful and inspiring Northumbrian countryside.
The Nursery & Plant Centre offers an extensive range of trees, shrubs, herbaceous perennials, herbs, climbers & rock garden plants for sale – a garden makers range of plants, container grown in hardy conditions, for planting all year round.
For further information about any of our horticultural services and attractions please do contact us.
After a late start in the Spring, we are pleased to say that the garden refurbishment work is now nearing completion, with all thanks to the hard work put in by the ‘guys’. It is the home of the gardens plant collection, consisting of over a thousand different types of native and ornamental trees, shrubs, perennials, climbers, herbs, groundcover and rock garden plants, with many new plants having been added this year – both to the gardens, and in the plant centre sales area. The garden is designed to have colour and interest all year round – as the season progresses from late summer through into Autumn, we will see the changes in foliage colour so recognised with Autumn, and all the late season flowers, and many fruits – a favourite time of year for the gardens owner and designer Hazel Huddleston. These twelve acre gardens offer a most pleasant walk ( including the wild meadow and arboretum ) as well as the purposeful design it offers plant enthusiasts and novices alike.