Highgrove is the private home of Their Royal Highnesses The Prince of Wales and The Duchess of Cornwall. The house is not open to the public, but the Gardens are open between April and October every year to allow visitors to share TRHs’ enjoyment of this much-loved, inspirational place.
The series of interlinked gardens has been created with imagination and passion over some 40 years and reflects The Prince’s natural artistic ability. Managed organically and sustainably, the gardens have become an important haven for a rich variety of flora and fauna.
The gardens have been designed, as The Prince says, to “please the eye and sit in harmony with nature”. From the classic order of the Cottage Garden, to the pastoral beauty of the Wildflower Meadow, there are highlights in every season. A landscape which was once simply lawn has been transformed into a magnificent, ever-changing canvas.
Discover the gardens’ delights, along with hidden curios and horticultural innovations, on a tour that offers a rare glimpse into the life of The Prince of Wales.
“One of my great joys is to see the pleasure that the garden can bring to many of the visitors and that everybody seems to find some part of it that is special to them,” HRH The Prince of Wales.