Gardens

  • Longframlington Gardens

    Gardens and arburetum, designed by Hazel Huddleston, covering almost 12 acres of land. These interesting, newly made gardens are planted with thousands of plants, chosen to provide interest and colour throughout the whole year.

  • Hollies Botanical Garden

    Leeds botanical garden, the home of 2 National Collections (Philadelphus and Deutzias) of the 11 National Collections currently held by the City of Leeds. Gifted to the city of Leeds in 1921 this former private estate still maintains the atmosphere of a private garden conveying a deep sense of tranquillity Read more [...]

  • Durham University Botanic Garden

    Conservation and biodiversity are key factors in the maintenance of the Botanic Garden. Pesticides are not used in the garden, and a small of flock rare breed sheep are used to graze our arboretum and wildflower meadows. There are also displays of native plants such as cornfield annuals and a Read more [...]

  • Herterton House

    One acre of formal garden within stone walls around a sixteenth century farmhouse. This small garden is a delight to the eye with excellent colour coordination and some unusual species. Also a small topiary and a physic garden.

  • Crook Hall Gardens

    Crook Hall built in the 13th century is one of the oldest inhabited houses in Durham. The Hall is a jumble of buildings reflecting its historical development. A medieval Hall merges into a Jacobean section with an attached Georgian house. The house is surrounded by 6 acres of romantic gardens Read more [...]

  • Brodsworth Hall (EH)

    Brodsworth Hall and gardens have remained virtually untouched since the 1860s. The gardens include formal terraces, a croquet lawn, summerhouse, a romantic quarry garden and a curious ‘target house’.

  • Castle Howard

    Magnificent 18th century palace surrounded by extensive landscaped grounds. The walled garden contains over 400 old roses. James Russell started the garden in 1975 and occupies a large square area that has long been devoted to vegetables. The southern half is Lady Cecilia’s Garden; the northern half is divided into Read more [...]

  • Constable Burton Hall Gardens

    The atmosphere of Constable Burton Hall Gardens has evolved over time: from the Elizabethan period, with its more formal concept of sweeping lawns and parterre terraced gardens, to the present day, with its more informal design. Within the terraced woodland garden, fine trees have matured over many years. These include Read more [...]

  • Cragside (NT)

    Enter the world of Lord Armstrong – Victorian inventor, innovator and landscape genius. Cragside house was a wonder of its age. It was the first house in the world to be lit by hydro-electricity and is crammed full of ingenious gadgets. The gardens are incredible. One of the largest rock Read more [...]

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