Honington Hall gardens (19th century)
Two formal gardens, one dating from the Imperial period and the other to the 20th century. Both are located at Honington Hall.
1 19th century development includes geometrical parterres before the south front of the hall, with clipped hedges and central fountain, and raised terrace along west font of hall. There is also a formal garden c.1930 aligned eastwest on a semi-circular colonade. This garden extends towards the lawns of the park, through rectangular parterres to a circular bed echoing the shape of the eastern colonade.
2 Lovie reports late C17th house originally with formal gardens but removed in 1740s. Pleasure grounds remodelled C19th.