The cast stone Belton Trough from Haddonstone is a traditional garden container. The Belton Trough is a variation of Haddonstone’s Belton Wall Trough which features a simple Victorian basketwork design with rod and ribbon detailing to all sides. The Belton Trough complements the Belton Box and Belton Wall Trough. The Belton Trough is perfect for placing on walls or on a terrace or patio.
Belton House is a National Trust property in Lincolnshire. The architect thought to have been responsible for the initial design of the country house is William Winde (c1645-1722), although the country house has also been attributed to Sir Christopher Wren 1632 – 25 February 1723). Belton was designed in a restrained Palladian architectural style. The general form this architectural style was severely symmetrical. Closer to Belton House were a series of more formal gardens, including canal ponds bordered by plantations containing symmetrical walks inspired by the landscape gardener Andre le Notre (1613 –1700). The later Italian garden and orangery. were designed by Jeffry Wyatville (1766 –1840) in the early nineteenth century. Belton House is now owned by the National Trust.
The cast stone Belton Trough by Haddonstone is available in Portland, Bath and Terracotta colours.
For dimensions of this traditional garden container, ideal for placing on walls or on a terrace or patio, please see below.