Sites with Plant type / enviroment: Walled garden
This is a walled town garden of a house dating from around 1760. There is an intensively-cultivated ornamental and productive garden, and a glasshouse.
England , South Hams
The key feature of this site is a circular garden enclosed by a stone and cob wall. This is associated with a small regency country house and grounds.
Wales , Llanybydder
This is the kitchen garden at Alltyrodyn. At the south end it has a walled flower garden and along the western wall is a five-sided orangery.
Part/component of: Alltyrodyn
Isle of Man , Isle of Man
The walled kitchen garden is considerably overgrown, having not been maintained for some time.
Part/component of: Ballakillingan
Isle of Man , Lezayre
The kitchen garden is used mainly for food production, but also has some ornamental planting.
Part/component of: Ballamanaugh, Sulby
England , Basingstoke
The garden, which is dominated by a large walled kitchen garden close to the house, is virtually unchanged since it was first designed but it has been given a more contemporary feel with sculpture and fresh planting. The terraced lawns lead to a walk of sentinel yews but some of the ‘garden rooms’ and herbaceous planting of an earlier design have been lost. Woodland areas are under-planted by rhododendrons. The garden is significant for the way in which it still resonates with the style of Lutyens’ early period and it is rare to find a garden so little changed in 110 years.
England , Teignbridge
Bickham House is a small mansion, attractively set in its own 2 hectare park in a peaceful wooded valley.
England , Waterlooville
Cadlington House has gardens and meadows created since the 19th century. The house is a residential home for young people. The 19th-century walled garden houses a horticultural training project. The rear garden contains flowering shrubs and specimen trees.
England , Chollerford, Hexham, Northumberland
Chesters walled garden was built as a sheltered fruit and glasshouse garden for Chesters House. A separate, now empty, walled garden in a nearby field was for the more prosaic vegetables. Garden writer Susie White has re-designed the garden. It is now a herb and herbaceous garden with natural planting. The garden is organically run and contains the National Collections of Thyme, Marjoram and Burnet.
Part/component of: Chesters House
England , Hounslow
The Chiswick House Kitchen Garden exists today as a teaching and learning centre for school children and families. The emphasis is on involving visitors in planting and growing food.
Part/component of: Chiswick House
England , Bideford
The garden is a classic example of the Victorian kitchen garden tradition.
England , North Devon
A series of linked walled gardens surround the house. Each has a distinct design and function, and appear to be largely unchanged. There is the Pergola Garden between the first and second house sites. The Sunken Wind's Garden (south) and Secret Garden with thatched summer-house (north) lie between the new house and Gardener's Cottage and separated by the Glass Walk. There is also the Orchard and hedged Vegetable garden. The Rose Garden is behind the zig-zag wall on the south edge of the parking area.
Wales , Vale of Glamorgan
The Physic Garden is on the site of part of the formal gardens of Old Hall. It was developed between 2004 and 2007 to show the uses of plants in the past. All the plants in the garden were found in Britain before 1800 and have associations with healing, cooking or the dyeing of fabrics.
Part/component of: Cowbridge
The designed landscape at Craig House is largely confined to the walled gardens around the house. The three linked walled gardens comprise a rare example of a complete 17th-century layout of tower and walled enclosures.
Scotland , Kirkoswald
The mid-18th-century walled garden at Culzean Castle is situated one kilometre from the house and protected from salt-laden winds by tree planting. It is divided in two by a central wall and has ornamental gates dated 1786. In one section there are restored glasshouses, ornamental plantings and an early-20th-century grotto. Some fruit, vegetables and flowers for cutting are grown in the other section, which is distinguished by double herbaceous borders running the full length of the garden.
Part/component of: Culzean Castle
England , Bristol
Doynton House has a late-17th-century garden with a series of walled gardens, large kitchen garden, peach houses and vinery. Other features include a walled lawn with Italianate well and a mid-19th-century arboretum.
England , Grantham
The River Witham flowing through this enclosed landscape park has been canalised and crossed by a balustraded bridge. Walled gardens, garden buildings and terrace gardens are attributed to Anthony Salvin in 1836 and have been restored since 2000, now open to the public as Easton Walled Gardens. There are acres of snowdrops and spring bulbs.
England , Lichfield
The hall has been demolished and the site built over, but the walled garden remains. A recent grant from the Heritage Lottery Fund has ensured the preservation of the walled garden, which has been renovated as a community project.
England , Childe Okeford
This is a provisional record pending further research. The site consists of an enclosed brick walled garden at the rear of the house.
England , Berwick-upon-Tweed
This record relates to the walled kitchen garden of Ford Castle. The walls, doors and gates are present and in good condition. There are also heating pipes and boilers, but of unknown condition. There are gardeners' houses in the village nearby. The castle is a young people's residential centre during term time, but is also used for weddings and conferences. Group bookings can also be made. Please see: http://www.northumberland.gov.uk/Fordcastle/welcome.html