The Kitchen Garden leads directly into the Wildflower Meadow, which was planted in 1990 to provide a link between the more formal areas of the garden and the wild surrounding country. 

From late April the meadow is covered with cowslips and primroses, and from June, is carpeted with ox-eye daisies, scabious, trefoils and many other chalkland grass species which attract a multitude of bees, butterflies and song birds.

A lime walk bisects the meadow and leads to views eastward over the Wolds towards the North sea, which on a clear day is clearly visible on the horizon.