Ralph Court was built in 1850 and the present garden was made by Stephen and Paula Morgan after 2004. It is a playful 3-acre garden with sculptures and water features. They are placed in 12 compartments devoted to a range of themes, including:
The idea of 'collecting' compartments in varied styles has a distinguished history. It was used in the bosquets at Versailles and advocated by Humphry Repton, in his Ashridge Red Book, as a way of managing the area closest to the mansion on a large estate.
Herefordshire, England, HR7 4LU
March to November. Wednesday to Sunday and Bank Holiday Mondays. Open 10am to 5pm.