The Stumpery

The ‘Wall of Gifts’ is another eye-catching display. It includes pieces of architectural stone collected by His Majesty King Charles III, as well as donations crafted by students from The King’s Foundation.

Other features include a bronze relief of HM Queen Elizabeth The Queen Mother and an unusual stone-built water feature crowned with a canopy of Gunnera manicata, also known as giant rhubarb.

The water feature close to the Stumpery is made of Hereford sandstone and Spanish holey limestone. It contains four Pacific Ocean clamshells from Edward VII’s garden, Sandringham.

Gunnera manicata looks magnificent on top of the two-metre-high stone tower

In high summer the Stumpery is transformed, as the vegetation fills out

The Wall of Gifts is a stunning collection of pieces given to The Prince