The drive to Estevan Lodge is flanked for much of its length by twin colonnades of white spruce trees. To the north is the Meadow Garden. In the early years of the domain, the meadows were home to thousands of wildflowers. In an effort to reduce the area of mown grass and experiment with natural gardening, this area has been let grow wild. Plants have been added periodically, but the grasses and wildflowers self-seed. In June and the first week of July, the meadow is transformed into a remarkable field of lupins.