24 May 2014 to 8 September 2014
Savour the relaxing sounds, textures and swaying movement of the 550 different species in the Grass Garden.
Included with entry to the Gardens
The Grass Garden in summer
Located between the Duke’s Garden and the Davies Alpine House, the Grass Garden was created in 1982 to showcase some of the world’s 9,000 species of grass. They are some of the world’s most economically important plants, providing us with cereals such as wheat, rice and barley to eat, as well as cattle fodder.