With beautiful displays of plants from across the world, the colour and textures in the formal gardens bring year-round interest.
The pond lies a short way southeast of the Mansion, reflecting the 400-year old sandstone building.
The Southern Hemisphere Garden comprises 16 beds exhibiting plants from South America, South Africa, Australia and New Zealand.
The Spring Border is alive with flowers from late March through to late May.
Lying east of the Mansion Pond, the Tony Schilling Asian Heath Garden displays plants from mountainous regions of Taiwan, Korea, the Sino-Himalayas and Japan.
The Winter Garden is designed to highlight the wide selection of plants that flower or retain colour and textures during the grey days between November and February.