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Walled Garden

The 4 acre walled garden is a showpiece of seasonal colour and interest.

The glasshouses date from the 1850’s and the Victorian tradition of growing tender plants and fruits continues today. A Tapestry garden has been created with a mix of meandering paths, hidden corners and other features to explore.


Relocated to the West of the Castle in 1857, the Walled Gardens historically grew fruit and vegetables for the Castle Kitchen and to provide flowers for the Castle. This tradition lives on today and the relationship between chef and gardener is as strong as ever, but the gardens seasonal produce is now enjoyed by a much wider audience. Our chefs use as much of the fantastic produce from the Estate as possible, including fruit, herbs & vegetables freshly picked from the garden and they are served across the Estate in our two Cafes, where the menu’s change with the seasons. You are also able to purchase delicious homegrown, fresh garden produce from our Apple Shed Pantry.

2016 saw the 10th Duchess lead a major new development that enhanced the visitor experience. The creation of a Tapestry Garden, combined with the glasshouses that showcase the renowned vinery and soft fruit production opening for the first time to the public, is indeed well worth seeing.

The herbaceous borders at Floors Castle are some of the finest in the whole of the UK. From the regal silver and blue border through the fiery reds of the hot border, they simply take your breath away.


Floors Castle Gardens & Grounds

Fall under the spell of our picturesque grounds and beautiful gardens in Scotland at Floors castle.