To continue my research on manor houses and their estates, specifically showcasing Normanby Hall where I spent the day a couple of weeks ago. (See previous blog post)
The Walled Garden of Normanby Hall, supplied the fruit, vegetables and flowers for the hall. It was built in 1817, the high wall protected the plants and the glass houses were built along the south wall to take advantage of the sun.
Details on the Gardeners and their accommodation
The family would visit the greenhouse after church on Sundays and the Head Gardener would have something special each week to show them.
Splayed fruit trees. Even pineapples were grown in the greenhouses.
The next post will be on the house itself.