The Hovdala park and gardens is an important part of the castle’s cultural heritage. Old trees, dry moats and dry-stone walls gives the place a special atmosphere. Admire the kitchen garden, which is full of flowers and vegetables, grown primarily from seed in the greenhouse or directly in the soil. Outside the beautiful Orangery from the end of the 18th century, you can admire the rare bladdernut tree, Staphylea pinnata or take a walk to the engagement trees that have stood intertwined since time immemorial. With a bit of luck, Sigvard will be there and cutting the grass with his horse-drawn lawn mower. The park and gardens are open all year round with free entrance.