Victorian Walled Garden

The Walled Garden has undergone a major design transformation over the last few seasons.

Open today
The Walled Garden will be closed to visitors on the 25th June for the day. Sorry for any inconvenience.

The Victorian Walled Garden

Originally built in 1817, the Walled Garden has been restructured to allow greater accessibility for visitors to immerse themselves in the flowers and vegetable produce in the beds.

Extensive, new colour themed herbaceous borders have been created and broad beds of hydrangeas, rheums and rodgersias have been planted along the north facing wall.

The many, rectangular beds follow ‘no-dig’ principles, and the majority of fruit and vegetables grown in the garden are available to buy or are used in seasonal dishes in the Stableyard Café.

This season will see further new planting areas in front of the Peach Case, featuring a variety of Salvias, Irises and grasses.

Weddings in the Walled Garden

Imagine the stunning floral displays and fragrance as a setting for your ceremony.