- UK gardens to visit and events listed by County.
Visit - Comprehensive list of gardens to visit. Including
information on garden history and advice on garden tours, holidays,
travel and hotels.
Gardens Scheme - Search for gardens taking part in the National
Gardens Scheme which has been opening fine gardens to the public
to raise money for charity for over 75 years.
Trust - Search for National Trust gardens by name or area.
Get ideas for days out and holidays.
Sub-Tropical Gardens - A
mixture of formal and informal gardens, with charming walled
garden walks and spectacular woodland valley views. World famous
for its Camellia Groves & Magnolias, noted for its Rhododendrons
and Hydrangea collections.
Seaside Garden - Award winning garden, situated within 30
m of the sea at Kilcrohane, on the coast of West Cork.
- Barnsdale Gardens are the creation of Geoff Hamilton, Britains
best loved television gardener and presenter of BBC TV's Gardener's
World weekly gardening programme, which Geoff presented from
his home at Barnsdale in Rutland.
- Stunningly beautiful and botanically rich heritage Garden, set
within over 150 acres of traditional parkland in mid Sussex.
University Botanic Garden - Tranquil 40 acre garden offering
year round interest to visitors. The Garden has a collection
of over 10,000 labelled plant species in beautifully landscaped
settings, including Rock Garden, Lake, Glasshouses, Winter Garden,
Woodland Walk and nine National Collections.
Manor Gardens - 30 acres of themed gardens surrounding a
Georgian Manor House and Victorian Stables. Open seven days
a week March October and weekdays only November
Howard - One of Britain's finest historic houses with extensive
collections and breathtaking parkland and gardens.
- The official Chatsworth House website. Five miles of walks
with rare trees, shrubs, formal hedges, temples, sculptures
old and new, streams and ponds.
Park - Park and bulb centre.
Hall and Gardens - Winner of the Historic Houses Association
/ Christie's Garden of the Year Award in 2000. Reputed
to be the inspiration for Jane Austen's 'Mansfield Park', Cottesbrooke
Hall represents a near-perfect example of Queen Anne architecture
located in a quite stunning parkland setting.
Valley - Come and visit a beautiful garden in the rolling
Pennine hills, likened to a mini Bodnant.
Fernant Garden - An unusual and remarkable garden in Pembrokeshire,
Walled Gardens - An exciting project now in its 2nd year
open to the public. Twelve acres of garden are being rediscovered
and this year's highlights include new borders, 'the pickery',
a daffodil collection and indoor floral displays.
Project - The Eden Project has transformed a redundant quarry
into an uplifting experience featuring the best in horticulture.
Heritage - All about English Heritage and places to visit.
Abbey - Visit Fountains Abbey and Studley Royal Water Garden
near Ripon - the National Trust's most visited pay-for-entry
to Go - Guide to gardens in Kent, Surrey & Sussex with
descriptions and lots of photos.
Jekyll - The Manor House, Upton Grey, Hants. A Gertrude
Jekyll garden which has been restored to its original 1908 plans.
Place Gardens - Formal gardens and Enchanted Forest in Kent.
Pride and Prejudice was filmed here.
House - Yorkshire's premiere historic attraction and award
winning gardens. Home to the Queen's cousin, the Earl of Harewood.
Garden - Unusual and interesting annuals and perennials
alongside traditional and familiar plants.
Gardens - Beautiful gardens above Windermere - the home
of The Lakeland Horticultural Society.
Hill Garden - An inspiring quarter acre full of many sumptuous
plants and water features.
Grange - A working farm situated on top of the Yorkshire
Wolds. As seen on 'Gardeners World'.
- The Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew.
at Castle Howard - A wonderful arboretum set in the outstanding
Gardens - Guide to London's Gardens - a free content website
dedicated mainly to the open spaces of London but overflows
into the many wonderful places one can see in this great city.
Gardens of Heligan - The award winning Lost Gardens of Heligan
extend to some eighty acres of superb pleasure grounds together
with a magnificent complex of walled gardens and a huge, productive
vegetable garden, all fast returning to their former glory.
and Malcolm's Garden - A small private garden in Ferndown
Dorset which is open as part of the National Garden Scheme.
Ephraim Gardens - Splendid late Victorian mansion and gardens
have magnificent views over the parkland and the Swale and Thames
Gardens - Great Oxfordshire gardens to visit.
- Set in 500 acres of beautiful countryside with miles of nature
trails to explore through ancient fen meadows, woodland and
a superb series of lakes.
Garden - A grade II English Heritage registered garden comprising
of a huge gothic fountain, flower beds, lawns, Italianate terrace,
'Medieval' terrace wall, woodland walkways and rustic bridge.
Hall Gardens - Beautiful Italianate garden, park and lake
A garden designed specifically to be Positive About Disabled
People. Includes a guided tour of the garden and many
Reach - An award winning plant nursery one
of South's best kept secrets. Only 5 mins drive from RHS Wisley.
- Spectacular 26 acre Cornish ravine garden, rated among the
80 finest gardens in the world. This sub-tropical paradise is
home to a unique collection of rare and exotic plants, trees
and shrubs winding down to a private and secluded beach on the
Place - Kew's Country Garden, situated in West Sussex.
Walled Garden - An extraordinary late Victorian walled garden
in North Devon open daily to the public.
Gardens - Known as Galloway's "Secret Garden",
is an atmospheric 18th Century walled garden. The walls and
surrounding woodland provide shelter and give a sense of security,
serenity and seclusion.
Cottage Garden - Interesting garden open as part of the
National Gardens Scheme.