Gardens

  • Winterbourne House & Garden

    Winterbourne is one of the best surviving examples of an Edwardian Arts and Crafts suburban villa garden. Offering colour and interest throughout the year, the seven acre Grade II listed garden is home to a beautiful walled garden, striking colour themed borders, original sandstone rock garden and stream side planting. read more

  • The Weir (NT)

    1920s riverside garden created by Roger Parr with fine views of river Wye from garden walks. Stunning in the spring, with carpets of snowdrops and daffodils. A tranquil garden of about 10 acres on a steep slope above a bend in the River Wye, The Weir is spectacular in early read more

  • Stone House Cottage Gardens

    A plantman’s paradise with over 3000 different plants, many rare and unusual climbers, wall shrubs. A romantic garden set in an old walled kitchen garden. The area is only 1 acre but seems much larger, hedges divide it into different compartments and create diverse habitats in which to grow the read more

  • Stockton Bury Gardens

    Gardens laid out in ancient setting, pigeon house, tithe barn. This splendid 4 acre garden contains a multitude of well loved and unusual plants. These sheltered gardens provide a long season of interest and colour set in unspoilt countryside, also with fine views over Leominster priory and the Black Mountains. read more

  • Staunton Park Gardens

    A four acre garden with fine trees, herbacious borders, herb gardens, lake, bog garden, rock garden, handkerchief tree, tulip tree, rhododendrons, azaleas and bulbs. Featuring a Victorian garden restored to all its former glory, a ‘Sensory’ garden with water features, Victorian glasshouses and Golden Jubilee Maze & Puzzle garden. These read more

  • Spetchley Park Gardens

    Just three miles east of the beautiful cathedral city of Worcester a garden of over 30 acres covering most aspects of gardening; the formal and informal, woodland and herbaceous. A large collection of trees, shrubs and plants, many rare or unusual rarely found outside the major botanical gardens. Walled gardens read more

  • Ryton Organic Gardens

    The home of Garden Organic, the national charity for organic growing. Explore ten acres of gardens that show how to grow fantastic flowers, vegetables and fruit, including formal rose gardens, ornamental plants, alpine banks, shrub borders, colourful flower beds, a wildflower meadow and conservation area. For practical help, the composting read more

  • Renishaw Hall

    Beautiful Italianate gardens with terraces, statues, yew hedges and pyramids. The garden, park and lake were laid out in the late 19th century and were the creation of Sir George Sitwell, father of the famous literary trio Edith, Osbert and Sacheverll. National Collection of Yucca. Walk around the formal garden read more

  • Picton Gardens

    The garden has evolved during several decades on the original site of Ernest Ballard’s Michaelmas Daisy nursery. There are many fine specimens of interesting trees and shrubs, creating a backdrop to thousands of herbaceous perennials. The garden is intensively planted with both traditional borders and areas of more modern, natural read more

  • Leicester University Botanic Gardens

    The four once-separate gardens have been merged into a single entity, whose 16 acres of lovingly cultivated grounds and greenhouses, display a wide variety of features and environments. The formal planting centres around a restored Edwardian garden. Other planting includes an arboretum, a herb garden, woodland and herbaceous borders, rock read more

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