In the 1760s, work was carried out on the Walled Garden with some assistance from the well known designer: Lancelot 'Capability ' Brown.
His childhood home was at Kirkharle just over two miles away from Wallington Hall.
Brown prepared plans for a lake at Kirkharle. The lake was never constructed. It has now become a feature at Kirkharle Courtyard.
Sir George Otto Trevelyan was an enthusiastic gardener. When he inherited the estate in 1886, he set about creating the Walled Garden in the style first set up by Sir Walter Calverley Blackett.
The conservatory was built by Sir George and he continued work on the garden, until his death aged 90 in 1928.
|Walled Garden Conservatory.|
|Garden Pond adjacent to the Walled Garden.|