Many visitors just love to stroll around, exploring the gardens and discovering plants for themselves – but if you’re new to Wentworth Castle, we thought we would highlight some of our favourite areas to help you. Don’t forget the Victorian Conservatory has something in flower in every season.
Middle Garden: Magnolia Sargentiana
Lady Lucy’s Walk: Galanthus Nivalis, Galanthus Flora Plena Snow Drops
Middle Garden: Magnolia Cambellii and forms
Lady Lucy’s Shrubbery: Primula sp.
Fernery and Lady Lucy’s Shrubbery: Camelia x Williamsii cvs
Lady Lucy’s Shrubbery: Narcissus Lobularis
John Arnold Garden: Tulip Hybrids
Victorian Flower Garden: Hyacinth (Bedding Hybrids)
Middle Garden: Hardy Hybrid Rhododendrons (inc. Countess Fitzwilliam)
Victorian Flower Garden: Fritillaria Imperialis
Victorian Flower Garden: Rosa Gallica
Wilderness: Rhododendron sp., Macabeanum, Sino Grande
John Arnold Garden: Allium sp.
John Arnold Garden: Cynara Cardunculus Cardoon, Angelica Archangelica
John Arnold Garden: Dahlia (Bedding Hybrids)
Lady Lucy’s Shrubbery: Hydrangea Aspera Vilolosa group
Middle Garden and Wilderness: Magnolia Grandiflora and CVS
Lady Lucy’s Walk: Tilia Lime Tree
Middle Garden: Fuchsia sp.
Fernery: Arum Italicum Jack in a Pulpit
Hornbeam Walk, near Archer’s Hill Gate: Heleborous foetidus Stinking Helebore
Union Jack Garden: Ilex Aquijelium Holly with Yellow Berries