The Gardens at Hever Castle TUDOR GARDEN Alongside the Yew Maze lies the Tudor Garden, a series of small, sheltered gardens with neatly clipped hedges. These simple gardens were laid out as they might have been in the time of Henry VIII and Anne Boleyn. One is planted in the style of a Tudor Herb Garden with a variety of English herbs
Known as "Chateau de Femmes" or "the castle of six ladies" for the succession of powerful French noblewomen of Chenonceau, who each made an impact on the castle, forming it into the lovely chateau we see today. This enchanting castle may be smaller in comparison to others, but what it lacks in size it makes up in charm. Once home to Diane de Poitiers mistress to Henry II.