Enjoy the gardens at Tredegar House

The Orchard Garden, Cedar Garden and Orangery Garden; three modest formal gardens, each with their own distinctive characters and story to tell...

Explore the tree lined paths of our Orchard Garden

The Orchard Garden 

The 18th century estate has three formal gardens, the Orchard Garden, Cedar Garden and Orangery Garden, each with their own distinctive characters. With hidden glasshouses, the 'Priest's House' and an orchard full of apple trees there are plenty of surprises hiding along secretive paths.

Herbaceous border in bloom in the Cedar Garden

The Cedar Garden 

Dominated by a 250 year old Cedar of Lebanon, the Cedar Garden is a favourite spot for lounging, picnicking and playing. Keep an eye out for bear’s breeches, irises and Jacob’s ladder in the garden’s framed herbaceous borders.

The Orangery Garden in glorious sunshine

The Orangery Garden 

The smallest of the three gardens, the Orangery Garden is an impression of how it would have looked more than two hundred years ago. The complex parterres are covered with a collection of different minerals arranged in undulating formal patterns.