Gardens

  • Vann

    A 5 acre garden designed by Gertrude Jekyll. Formal yew walk, quarter acre pond and water garden, spring bulbs, woodland, azaleas. A not-to-be-missed garden. Open for the ‘Gardens for Charity’ scheme (see ‘yellow book’) or by appointment; Telephone: (0)1428 683413(0)1428 683413.

  • Ramster Garden

    A mature woodland garden with over 20 acres featuring flowering shrubs, a bog garden and wild flowers, especially good in spring and early summer. Specimens include magnolias, camellias, azaleas and rhododendrons and there are many fine trees to be seen. Around 250 acres of farm land and woods surround the Read more [...]

  • Polesden Lacey (NT)

    Polesden Lacey occupies extensive grounds on the North Downs and sits on a 1400 acre estate. The house and garden are superbly situated with magnificent views over the Downs. The garden consists of 10 acres of elegant terraces and lawns, the 30 acre Edwardian garden, a walled rose garden, plus Read more [...]

  • Claremont Landscape Garden (NT)

    One of the earliest surviving English landscape gardens, restored by the Trust to its former glory. Begun by Sir John Vanbrugh and Charles Bridgeman before 1720, the gardens were extended and naturalised by William Kent. ‘Capability’ Brown also made improvements. Home to one of the finest Lebanese cedars in England. Read more [...]

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