Walled Gardens in the Midlands

Across the Midlands, there are a variety of walled gardens for you to discover. Wander through seasonal blooms, marvel at the fruit and vegetables growing and discover their stories.

People strolling up the pathway to the mansion

Berrington's walled garden and pleasure grounds 

Explore ‘Capability’ Brown’s final masterpiece as you enjoy Berrington’s unique walled garden and pleasure grounds this summer.

Blossom on a fruit tree in the walled garden

The Weir's walled garden 

Discover The Weir's very own secret garden just a short walk from the main riverside garden. With just three walls the garden really captures the afternoon sun and really takes advantage of the beautiful view of the Wye.

A gardner pushing a wheelbarrow in the Walled Garden at Attingham Park

Relax in Attingham's walled garden 

Potter around our lovingly restored walled garden and savour the sights and smells of fresh produce and flower borders. Pick up some fruit and veg to take home or sample seasonal produce in the tea-room.

summer flowers in the walled gardens

The walled garden at Croome 

Let your senses be your guide and explore the walled garden at Croome.

Calke Abbey, Midlands, Orangery and Kitchen Garden in summer

The walled kitchen garden and orangery at Calke 

Once a busy centre for growing fruit and vegetables for the family, the kitchen garden fell into decline after the Second World War. See how it's used today and find out more about the orangery.

Walled Kitchen Garden at Clumber Park

The walled kitchen garden at Clumber 

Take a walk through the historic Walled Kitchen Garden at Clumber Park this Summer. Admire the herbaceous borders and take in the scents of the soft fruits flourishing throughout.

The blue border in summer

Caring for our walled gardens 

The work of our garden teams, historians, carpenters and surveyors to maintain and restore historic working gardens.

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