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Trellis walk at Trentham

Trellis Walk and Hygieia

The original ironwork frame of the Trellis Walk was designed by George Flemming in 1847, and underwent careful renovation as part of the garden regeneration in 2004.

It is approximately 100 metres in length, and covered in scented florals, including Wysteria. The Trellis separates The Italian Garden from Piet Oudolf’s schemes in the Eastern Pleasure Ground. You can take in an elevated view of The Floral Labyrinth and Rivers of Grass, from the viewing mounds adjacent to The Trellis Walk. This is a popular spot for sculpture, both ancient and modern.

At the north end you will find a statue of Hygieia, of Greek and Roman mythology - she is the Goddess of Health.

The Lost Scrolls were discovered in 2012 and installed in May 2013, completing the renovation.