Gardens

Coughton Court Gardens

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Plant sales

Plant a piece of Coughton at home today

Still grown and run by the Throckmorton family you can take home a plant today grown here at Coughton Court.

If you catch a friendly gardener they’ll even tell you how to look after it.

Seasonal highlights

  • You can almost smell the perfume. © Bill Alloway

    Summer

    Sniff your way through the gardens as the award winning Rose Labyrinth comes into bloom.

  • You can almost smell the perfume. © National Trust

    Autumn

    Meander through the orchard as the blossoms turn to fruit and pop into the veggie patch.

  • Daffodils herald spring in Wales © National Trust \ David Hammond-Williams

    Early spring

    The warm yellow daffodils will be in full bloom; some have come all the way from America.

  • Ferns unfurling - A sign of Spring © Bill Alloway

    Late spring

    Enjoy a stroll through a carpet of bluebells or see the ferns unfurling.

Explore

Plan your route for when you visit Coughton and allow plenty of time for our lovely Coach House Shop and Restaurant.

We produced a map to see all our wonderful gardens and historic buildings.

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