Welcome to the Bressingham Gardens

Welcome to the Bressingham Gardens. A paradise for gardeners with two beautiful six acre gardens, created by Alan and Adrian Bloom over many years where new features are still being developed and planned.

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The Plants

The Bressingham Gardens
The Bressingham Gardens
The Bressingham Gardens
The Bressingham Gardens
The Bressingham Gardens


Adrian Bloom at Foggy Bottom Garden
Welcome from Adrian

Welcome to the Bressingham Gardens website. We hope this website will give you a glimpse of the wonderful world of plants, and the excitement and passion of gardening. From novice to expert, enjoy the views, the planting combinations and the plants shown in the six distinct gardens totalling over 17 acres (6 hectares) here …

All Plants of the Month

Brunnera macrophylla ‘Jack Frost’
Plant of the month: April

  Brunnera macrophylla ‘Jack Frost’ – heartleaf brunnera, Siberian bugloss At a glance One of the most attractive and useful foliage and flowering perennials, it has few faults, growing easily in sun or shade where not too dry. Early forget-me-not spring flowers are followed by broad heart-shaped silvery…


The Dell Garden, Bressingham, Norfolk
Online Tour of the Garden

Join Adrian Bloom for an online tour of the gardens – Adrian welcomes you to The Bressingham Gardens and shows you around as he explains a little about the history of its design, how some of the plants have been developed and how they can be grown in your garden.    …