Gardens

  • Cascades Gardens

    Cascades Gardens is a beautiful 4 acre garden set in the historic village of Bonsall. The landscape, originates from the early 18th century and surrounds the ruins of an old corn mill. It has a variety of water features including ponds, a stream, a canal with waterfalls and an old Read more [...]

  • Burford House Gardens

    Uniquely situated where three counties meet, the 7 acres of lawn and borders of Burford House Gardens sweep along the banks of the River Teme. Originally designed by the late John Treasure in 1952 around an early Georgian house (now an interior furnishings shop), the gardens contain a National Collection Read more [...]

  • Bryan’s Ground Garden

    An Edwardian garden of nearly 3 acres which has been growing since 1913. Edwardian house (not open). Home of Hortus, the International Garden Journal. Yew and box topiary, parterres, formal herb garden, large partly walled kitchen garden, newly planted flower and shrub borders. Sulking house, rose garden, shrubbery with spring Read more [...]

  • Bluebell Arboretum & Nursery

    Nine-acre arboretum and woodland garden planted since 1992. Contains rare trees, notably over 30 oak species and cultivars. Most complete collection of deciduous hollies (winterberries) in Europe and avenue of witch hazels under planted with hellebores. Now an RHS partner garden, most of the large trees are still young with Read more [...]

  • Birmingham Botanical Gardens & Glasshouses

    The gardens cover 15 acres. Designed by J. C. Loudon, a leading garden planner, horticultural journalist and publisher, they opened to subscribers in 1832. Loudon established the design theory entitled Gardenesque. In this style, attention was given to the individual plant and placement in the best conditions for them to Read more [...]

  • Biddulph Grange Gardens (NT)

    An exciting and rare survival of a High Victorian garden, acquired by the Trust in 1988 and focus of an extensive restoration project. Conceived by James Bateman, the garden is divided into a number of smaller gardens designed to house specimens from his extensive and wide-ranging plant collection. An Egyptian Read more [...]

  • Barnsdale Gardens

    Barnsdale Gardens has thirty eight individual gardens in an eight-acre site, so there’s plenty to see and do at Barnsdale. Not forgetting a small garden designed and built for the BBC television series, Geoff Hamilton’s Cottage Gardens. The Gentleman’s Cottage Garden illustrates the perfect way to to deal with an Read more [...]

  • Alton Towers Gardens

    Alton Towers was the site of eighth century fortress held by Ceolred, King of Mercia. The castle on the site was occupied by the Earl of Shrewsbury from 1412, when Lady Ankarat de Verdun married Sir John Talbot, and it remained in the Talbot family’s ownership until the 1920s. The Read more [...]

  • Abbey Dore Court

    Abbey Dore Court was built in the Golden Valley in the late 19th century, perhaps for Thomas Freke Lewis, the owner in 1876, on the site of the former public house, the Red Lion Inn. It was later owned by the Prothero family of Malpas Court. The house is now Read more [...]

  • Veddw House Garden

    The garden is set in the wonderful countryside of the Welsh border above Tintern. There are two acres of ornamental garden and two acres of woodland. A notable addition to the garden is the dramatic reflecting pool, but many people’s favourite parts will still be the ornamental vegetable plot (getting Read more [...]

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