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The

lovely 20

acres of Grade 1

gardens are listed

in the book “1001 Gardens

you Must See

Before You

Die”.

 
The

Elizabethan Garden

This was replanted in 1980 by Rosemary Verey, copying the shape of the original Palace plateau garden and using only plants available in 1580.

Elizabethan Garden Image
 
The

Tous Tous border

This border was named after a pet dog, which is buried in the garden. The 1980 replanting was started by Rosemary Verey and completed by Rupert Golby as a fragrant border.

Tous Tous border Image
 
The

Pond Garden

Designed by Rupert Golby, this features two annual plantings of spring and summer plants.

Pond Garden Image
 
The

King Charles's Walk

Where Charles took exercise during his imprisonment; he was a brisk walker and Lord Pembroke (his keeper), had difficulty keeping up with him.

King Charles's Walk Image
 
The

Silver Border

This border houses the owner’s ever-growing collection of silver-leafed plants.

Silver Border Image
 
The

Kitchen Garden

Still used to grow vegetables, fruit and cut flowers for the House.

Kitchen Garden Image
 
The

Elizabethan Pond

Constructed between 1583 & 1587 as part of the original Elizabethan garden, it was restored in 2016.

Elizabethan Pond Image
 
The

Arches

One of the two Base Court arches to the Palace, dated 1583.

Arches Image