Introduction

 

Welcome to this

Tudor Paradise Garden

Reflecting times when a garden was a source of food, healing and cleaning products, the ‘Walled Garden’ will take you back to Medieval times. The design is faithful to the period, based on surviving features and garden styles of the 16th and early 17th century.

 

The Walled Garden is several gardens within one, each with a theme demonstrating a particular usage of plants grown in the Medieval and Tudor period. Plants would have been used in more than one way; some will be seen in several places around the garden demonstrating their versatility.

This guide will give you a description of each area, followed by a list of some of the plant species to be found there.

Colour garden plan

Next: The Forecourt

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