Gardens

  • Kentwell Hall

    Kentwell Hall’s gardens have been revived and re-created since the Phillips’ bought Kentwell in 1971 – noted for their wonderful sense of tranquility, these are gardens to enjoy in a leisurely way. The Guardian newspaper listed the gardens as the second among 15 Secret Gardens in England. Kentwell’s gardens and Read more [...]

  • Pitmedden Garden (NTS)

    The centrepiece of this property is the Great Garden which was originally laid out in 1675 by Sir Alexander Seton, 1st Baronet of Pitmedden. The elaborate designs, now carefully re-created, were inspired by the garden at the Palace of Holyroodhouse in Edinburgh. Pitmedden features over 5 miles of box hedging Read more [...]

  • Creagh Gardens

    A garden for the romantic; quiet and peaceful, of woodlands sloping down to a sea-estuary with interesting and varied wild life. Over 19 acres of informal gardens based on a number of woodland glades and a serpentine mill-pond, amid a scene reminiscent of the background of a Douanier Rousseau painting Read more [...]

  • Trewithen Garden

    Trewithen means ‘house of the trees’ and with 30 acres of surrounding woodland gardens and more than two hundred acres of parkland, the name couldn’t be more appropriate. Revered as a masterpiece of landscape gardening, Trewithen’s south-facing great glade was developed at the time of the great plant hunting expeditions Read more [...]

  • Wick Farm Gardens

    Eight acre pleasure garden around Victorian farmhouse arranged in rooms with many attractive features. Fernery, ornamental pond, borders, sculptures, oriental garden with stone bell, lake with carp. Plants in long border to attract butterflies and bees. Crocosmia, croquet lawn, tropical oasis, stone henge with sacrificial stone, arboretum with over 300 Read more [...]

  • Winsford Walled Garden

    The original garden owner’s family can be traced back to the Cornish artist Henry Bone R.A. (1755-1834), through the most famous of all Victorian Big Game hunters, Capt. F.C. Selous, friends of whom included US President Theodore Roosevelt. The gardens were a surprise discovery in February 1999 by Mike and Read more [...]

  • Trengwainton Garden (NT)

    Explore Trengwainton’s 25 acres and discover special plants nurtured for generations by those with a passion for their beauty and extraordinary story. Perhaps the garden on mainland Britain most favoured for the cultivation of exotic trees and shrubs, this is a beautiful place throughout the year and a plantsman’s delight. Read more [...]

  • Tresco Abbey Garden

    Tresco’s world-famous Abbey Garden is a lush, green maze of paths which meander between cacti, date palms and tree ferns; aloes, camellias and lilies. Strolling along these shaded walks and terraces, you’ll discover medieval ruins, delightful sculptures, and a fascinating collection of shipwrecked figureheads. National Collection of Acacia. Here off Read more [...]

  • Tintinhull House Garden (NT)

    20th century formal garden surrounding a 17th century house. The garden layout, divided into areas by walls and hedges, has border colour and plant themes, including shrub roses and clematis. A tranquil oasis of small pools, secluded lawns and beautiful borders. Particularly fine azalea garden, fountain garden and kitchen garden.

  • Trebah Garden

    Planted in 1840 by Charles Fox, Trebah is no pampered, pristine garden with clipped hedges, close-mown striped lawns and daily raked paths. You will find here a magnificent, old, wild and magical Cornish valley. The end product of one hundred years of inspired and dedicated creation followed by forty lost Read more [...]

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