Welcome to The Walled Garden

The Walled Garden is a plant nursery and garden situated in Benhall, near the Suffolk Coast. Established 25 years ago by Jim and Marion Mountain, the nursery specialises in perennials but also grow shrubs, climbers, roses, bedding, herbs and vegetables. Complementing the plants, we offer a wide range of pots, garden furniture and garden ornaments. Our stunning 1 acre garden is free to visit and we have tea and coffee making facilities.  Known for the quality and variety of our plants, we pride ourselves on our staff knowledge and customer service.  …Read about the history of The Walled Garden.

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wp685a29e8_05_06The History of the Walled Garden

The Walled Garden was built in the first or second decade of the 1800s to grow fruit and vegetables for Benhall Lodge and the owner’s London home

2016 Guide Plant List

Use this list only as an indication of the plants that will be produced during the year. Is is always better to visit the nursery to see what is available.

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Happy new year!

January 10th, 2017|Comments Off on Happy new year!

We are back open after the break and there's plenty of blossom and scent around the garden and nursery.  Pictured are the fragrant sweet box along the main nursery walkway (which has lovely purple berries), the witch hazel along the wall, the blossom of the [...]

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October

November 2nd, 2016|Comments Off on October

As perennials die down, many will leave a woody superstructure above ground. The [...]

Jim’s Jottings

Happy Christmas…

December 6th, 2016|Comments Off on Happy Christmas…

Just 3 weeks away from the shortest day, I hear the forecasters say that winter has begun. It’s not the temperature that dictates the rhythm of life so much as the hours of daylight. My intention was to carry on with British Summer Time, getting up nice and early and [...]