The Walled Garden, opened by Alan Titchmarsh in 1996, is undoubtedly the 'jewel in the crown' of the Coughton Court Gardens.
Comprising of a series of 'garden rooms', the Walled Garden provides a range of garden experiences, including the Rose Labyrinth, Early Summer Garden, Pool Garden and Hot and Cool Garden - a riot of colour provided by two magnificent herbaceous borders.
In 2016 the Red and White Gardens were redesigned into one space, the Ladies Garden which has a more contemporary feel. Named the Ladies Garden to compliment the Gentleman's' Walk across the lake.
The Walled Garden also hosts a recent sculpture by Rosie Musgrave, the 'Tsunami Noni', in the Pool Garden. First seen by Mrs McLaren-Thrckmorton and her late husband, Andrew McLaren, in Exeter Cathedral in 2005, this sculpture was carved from a single piece of limestone over 140 million years old. It serves as a lasting memorial to the victims of the Asian Tsunami in 2004.