This is the most recently developed garden on the grounds. The long borders extend over 225 feet and are comprised of a collection brightly coloured fragrant deciduous azaleas sheltered by dogwood trees and interspersed with peonies to welcome visitors down ‘the walk’
The garden also incorporates a large collection of irises including Siberians, bearded and Japanese irises, as well as the late winter reticulata hybrids. The iris transition the garden from spring to summer. In mid-summer the garden changes once again into tones of blue, silver and rose provided by agapanthus, clematis, lavenders and dieramas. As autumn approaches the leaves of the azaleas change from green to tones or red and purple and plants such as asters, salvias and nerines are highlights of this garden.