Topiary Gardens in Belgium, The Netherlands and Luxembourg
Belgium, the Netherlands and Luxembourg deserves their own page in the world of topiary.
Durbuy Topiary Park, Belgium
You could start with the fabulous Durbuy Topiary park in Belgium that boasts over 30.000 square feet of 250 clipped box trees with a large variety of animals and human forms.
Het Loo Palace, Netherlands
Then there’s Het Loo Palace near Apeldoorn which is a municipality and city in the province of Gelderland in the centre of the Netherlands.
Boskoop, near The Hague in southern Holland is famous for being the home to major topiary nurseries and the chances are that if you live in Europe then the pre-grown topiary in your local garden centre will have come from there originally. See more information here.
Kasteel Hex, Belgium
The Liege Prince Bishop Karel van Velbrück built this cattle and garden in Haspengouw which contains several gardens and high yew hedges. See their Website
Le Chateau de Beloeil, Belgium
The Castle of Beloeil within a moat and gardens in Hainaut has been there for the last eight centuries. The home of the Princes de Ligne had its gardens laid out as early as 1515. Amongst other things are vast beech hedges. See their website.
Topiary in the United Kingdom
Topiary Today is the sister site of Topiary in the United Kingdom which has been in existence since 2000 so you will also find a lot of extra information over there.