The Walled Kitchen Garden
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What's growing on in the Walled Kitchen Garden?
You'll find hundreds of varieties of fruit and vegetables along with herbaceous borders, a rose garden and cut flower borders. It is also home to the longest stretch of glasshouse cared for by the National Trust.
The Walled Kitchen Garden is closed for winter and reopens on 13 February 2014.
Make sure you don't miss...
- Food & drink themed plantings around the old head gardener’s house
- 125 rhubarb varieties
- Our regional apple tree collection
- Reintroduced Pear varieties listed in the diary of a Clumber gardener from 1888
Don't miss the Wassailing Festival
Wassailing Festival Sun 2 March from 12-3pm.
Help us wake up and bless our apple trees, see our beautifully 'Yarn Bombed' trees, sing the Clumber Wassailing song and raise a toast to our apple crop.
Wassailing Craft Activities
Various date between 15 February and 1 March
Make a Wassailing Wand or a red robin to hang in our orchards, then come back on 2 March and join in with a traditional Wassailing ceremony.
What's going to grow here?
Garden trail for children from 13 February.
Solve the clues in the Walled Garden and find out what we are going to be growing this year.