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Coughton Court, Coughton, Alcester,

Warwickshire, B49 5JA

Walled Garden


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.